Run Question: Negative Splitting

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photoMost coaches will agree that negative splitting is the way to go, ideally, to reach a personal best. But does the strategy really work for all?

Run Question: Increasing Your Running Cadence

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photoThis article outlines ways to increase your running cadence while also getting the benefits of reduced injury.

Treadmill Running: Just How Good Is It?

author : Amy Kuitse
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photoWhen we do or don’t use the treadmill is not so much the issue as to how we use it. When is it appropriate to use a treadmill for your workouts?

Using Heart-Rate Zones for a Structured Run Training Program

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photoThis article will show you how to construct a run training program for your second season of running using your calculated heart-rate zones.

Learning to Run

author : gsmacleod
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photoTaking the time to have your running form analyzed can help many athletes run further, faster or both!

Deep Water Running: Practical Video and Instruction

author : BobbyMcgee
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photoUse high and low cadence deep water running to improve your turnover, run-specific muscle endurance and functional running strength.

Shallow & Deep Water Running

author : BobbyMcgee
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photoThere are a couple of very important requirements to consider when using the water as an alternative running environment. Used properly, it will help to strengthen and rehab your legs.

Running on Concrete, Asphalt, Dirt, Grass or Sand?

author : BobbyMcgee
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photoBy gradually running for increasingly longer periods on a softer surface, you will learn the technique and come to realize the benefits in injury prevention and speed.

Long Run Training: A New Season

author : BobbyMcgee
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photoHow long should the 1st long run of a new season be and how to determine volumes when beginning training for a specific event.

Running More for Speed and Endurance

author : BobbyMcgee
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photoRunning is often the hardest skill to master for the beginner triathlete as it uses the most muscle and is totally unsupported, thus placing a greater demand on the body than the other two sports.

Using Cadence Properly in Run Training

author : mikericci
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photoStudies have shown a correlation between pedaling at a high cadence and running at a high cadence, which leads to faster running. The shorter your ground contact time , the less chance for injury.

ChiRunning Chat with Danny Dreyer

author : ChiRunning
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photoDiscussion on many aspects of ChiRunning such as falling forward, posture, hamstring tightness, stride length, leaning, stretching

Life Loves Rhythm - Cadence Training

author : ChiRunning
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photoThe three disciplines of triathlon are steeped in rhythm. Think of watching a well-trained swimmer, gliding smoothly down the lane, arms moving like clockwork, breathing every third stoke.

Improving Run Cadence - Strides and Plyometrics

author : mikericci
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photoFocus on doing the drills and improving each week. Eventually you will go out for a run, look down, and see that your pace has improved, your heart rate is lower, and your cadence is over 90 rpm.

Live to Run Another Day

author : chrisandniki
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photoRunning doesn’t cause injuries – runners do. Nine out of ten times, running injuries occur because you’re overdoing something. You’re running too far, too fast, or too much.
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