SCIENCE TALK: Energy systems and strength training

There are three energy systems in human body. I’m not going to explain how they break down, to avoid making this post extra long. I’m going to briefly introduce them and explain their relationship to strength training especially for distance runners and why runners should vary strength training types. Continue reading ”SCIENCE TALK: Energy systems and strength training”

REVIEW: Born to run book

Born to Run – Christopher McDougall

I get every runner are already read this book. I read it a few years an ago, but it’s still one of my favorite running book.

If you haven’t read it yet, here’s why you should. Born to run is the best seller book, which has found runners and non-runners all over the world. Continue reading ”REVIEW: Born to run book”

SCIENCE TALK: Uphill and downhill running technique and benefits

Life is full of uphill and downhills so is running. Expect that in running downhill are nicer than real life.

Correct form to run uphill Continue reading ”SCIENCE TALK: Uphill and downhill running technique and benefits”

OTHER: Running is boring or is it?

– What do you do?
– I run.
– How do you not get bored while running? Running is so boring! Do you listen to music or what to avoid boredom? Continue reading ”OTHER: Running is boring or is it?”

WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: part 5

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OTHER: breaking out of your comfort zone

You may have heard and read thousands of time that nothing special doesn’t happen in the comfort zone. Do you find yourself to struggling in the same place all the time and nothing goes forward, whatever you do? Continue reading ”OTHER: breaking out of your comfort zone”

WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: part 4

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