A good running style all hinges at the hips. Today’s recovery session is about increasing mobility through the hips from dynamic stretches, static stretches, and foam rolling. Gear required: foam roller ball (tennis ball, physio ball, or hockey ball)
This week is all about core: abs, obliques, lower back and glutes. And luckily enough, these are ideal areas to target before hitting the beach. Win!
Without your legs you’re running isn’t exactly going to be taking you places, so today Hayden Shearman guides us through a high-energy 10-minute leg workout. You will need one weight. This could be a dumbbell or kettle bell or just a bottle of water or tin can. Happy leg day.
Keep that physio happy with this week’s mobility for runners workout. Not so much intensity, but plenty of active recovery. Enjoy!
It’s time to be pro-active about that recovery. And this 18-minute foam rolling session is just the ticket to sort out those tired runner’s legs. You will need: – one firm foam roller – one tennis ball, hockey ball or physio ball
This full body workout will help with general strength and stability when running. Stay strong. Run happy.
It’s one thing to have great running technique at the start of a race but what about when you’re 15k into a half marathon or 32k in a marathon? Does your posture collapse or cadence slow? Knowing your tendencies and having a strategy to combat them is a great way to push through those though[…]
We all lean forwards to some extent when we run, but how much is too much and what should that lean look like? Hayden explains … Technique: Forwards Lean from TempoFit on Vimeo.
GPS watches and KM markers are great for telling us how hard we’re working on flat, straight courses, but what about in hills or under trees or over twisting trails? How do you pace yourself when your splits don’t tell the full story. Here Hayden Shearman shares his tips for running pacing without a watch.[…]
You’ve worked your backside off to get to the top of the hill, what next? How do you make the most of gravity and run efficiently downhill? And what about preventing injuries with all that pounding? Hayden explains in this two-minute video on downhill running technique … Downhill Running Technique from TempoFit on Vimeo.