Neat and predictable weekly mileage is often talked about with great importance. But as the reality of training goes, weekly mileage on its own may paint an incomplete picture of an athlete’s overall training status. Consider the example we have above. After returning to running in May 2020, the respective… Read More »WEEKLY MILEAGE GRAPHS?
First and foremost; we like to classify ‘easy runs’ as something that is prescribed as a level of effort, rather than a specific pace. When dealing with clients, we would give them a ballpark pace range to target but allow them a lot of flexibility within this – as the… Read More »How should my easy run pace change as my fitness improves?
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Running Science (@runningscienceza) on Jan 19, 2020 at 9:03am PST We believe that a runner’s stride begins at the hips, as the position your hips are in influences just about everything in the way you run. So lets briefly… Read More »THE IMPORTANCE OF HIP EXTENSION
Your best bet to preventing exercise-associated muscle cramping: If you had to think back to the last time you cramped during a run, most of you will have an underlying similarity – your muscles were fatigued. It’s likely that they weren’t just fatigued, but fatigued beyond what they’re used… Read More »HOW TO PREVENT CRAMPING