Let’s continue the list of the must-read books list. We have previously list sports science and nutrition book, and it’s time for coaching books.
Most of us do some stretching regularly, or at least when they feel muscle soreness. Is it really necessary, or benefit at all?
Common reason why people stretch:Continue reading “SCIENCE TALK: stretching or not?”
There was a post about sports science books a couple of weeks ago. Some of those books contained nutrition too, but these books are only a nutritions based. These books are all science-related and many of them are also used at the university level. However, these books don’t make you a professional. I always recommended consulting a registered dietitian (not nutritionist) if you have any problems with diet.Continue reading “OTHER: nutrition books must read”
Foam rolling has gained popularity in recent years, and various foam rollers have been developed. Almost all gyms have at least one foam rollers and also many have a roll at home too. Foam rolling has been considered an easy way to self-massage and myofascial release. Some people have even replaced stretching with foam rolling. Is the foam rolling really useful?Continue reading “SCIENCE TALK: foam rolling, beneficial or not?”
First, lace your shoes and then start running, maybe slower at the beginning so the body will have time to warm-up, that’s enough? Right?
Warm-up…What? Why it’s essentials for runners?Continue reading “SCIENCE TALK: warm-up, do we need it?”
Save the photo and give it to try! Share #tuusarunning #tuusasports Continue reading “WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: part 14”
The first part, we discussed mostly the events and how they have started to take part in environmental aspects and what you can do. This part is all about equipment, especially clothes and shoes.
If you type ecological running gear in Google, you will find a lot of sports brands which are one way or another eco-friendly, many of these brands are smaller and not globally Continue reading “OTHER: ecological running part 2”
Save the photo and give it to try! Share #tuusarunning #tuusasports Continue reading “WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: part 13”
Running and ecology seem like a good compo already. All we need is running shoes and path, right? Climate change, environmental disaster, extreme weather, travelling, climate emission, trash, ocean pollution, such a few words we hear every day. Running is changed, it not as easy as it used to be. It’s more technical, there are more equipment than ten years ago. Continue reading “OTHER: ecological running part 1”
Save the photo and give it to try! Share #tuusarunning #tuusasports Continue reading “WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: part 12”