💥RUN technique SUCCESS💥.❤Tag or share with your running buddy😄.Don’t change too quickly! Focus on one area of weakness > improve it > work on the next!.Dont OVERSTRIDE. When you overstride, you’re braking against your forward momentum which makes running less efficient. Aim to hit the… Read More »Run TECHNIQUE
Can I run?💥 ❤Tag or share with your running buddy😄 Does it ease the symptoms? Then probably yes..either way you should certainly start doing this: 🎥These 4 exercises will assist in reducing the symptoms of piriformis syndrome: Get the glutes firing before you run. Activate… Read More »Piriformis syndrome
Sore heel? Foot? Running with it?.❤Share with your running buddy.It can become quite stubborn, so be careful! Start here:.1. Reduce your weekly mileage..A couple of weeks of lower volume to see how the symptoms respond. When returning, try not to increase your total weekly mileage… Read More »Plantar fasciitis
💥Run efficiently! Train POS💥 . 🎥This cross-body pattern comprising – the gluteus maximus, thoracolumbar fascia (TLF) and contralateral latissimus dorsi muscle – connects the shoulder with the opposite hip to facilitate running. . Dysfunction in this system impacts on performance and increases injury risk.… Read More »Better RUNNING! train POS > sling 2
“LOVE the process!” With good form we have EFFICIENCY & ECONOMY. We can all improve our running enjoyment and performance by concentrating on the following: Head position: Aligned with the spine and “neutral”. Remains stable – doesn’t sway or bob. Gaze about 3-4m ahead. Your… Read More »Run – FORM
Train your myofascial slings and run strong! Do this exercise ➡ KB swing – staggered stance. . “Our limbs merely amplify movements that originate within muscles of the spine and trunk” . AOS – Anterior oblique sling, is an essential myofascial line when running. The AOS… Read More »Better RUNNING, train AOS > Sling 1.
Myofascial (Anatomy) SLINGS! The idea began with Gracovetsky and his book “the spinal engine” and was then developed and progressed by Vleeming (“Movement, Stability and lumbopelvic pain”, Lee (“The pelvic girdle”) and Myers (“Anatomy trains”). Myofascial slings are made up of deep and superficial muscle,… Read More »GOAL: To generate efficient dynamic movement!
When is the right time to integrate resistance training into our children’s active lifestyles? On the flip side- why and how to continue to lifting into our 60’s+ safely. Traditionally- resistance training was reserved for older teens. This was due to the misinformation regarding potential damage to… Read More »Weight training young and OLD!
Today we wanted to share and remind why Mobility is key to improved daily movement and health! Mobility and flexibility are not one and the same! Flexibility: “the ability of a muscle or muscle groups to lengthen passively through a range of motion” Mobility :… Read More »Mobility vs Flexibility
Knowing about your resting heart rate can help you measure fitness level and health. Many factors influence your resting heart rate. Genes play a role. Aging tends to speed it up. Regular aerobic training makes your heart more efficient – both at rest and when training.… Read More »Resting Heart Rate – Compare yourself to yourself!