Beginner Triathlete - Run articles

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.
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.
author : mikericci
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photoOne of the hardest races to ‘pace’ is a half marathon. We know a 5k is pretty much a ‘best effort’ type of race and a marathon is usually run at a long run pace - what about in the middle?
author : leighdodd
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avatarThe Olympic distance triathlon and the marathon will be the first attempt for this athlete and advice is needed on how to properly structure training in preparation for two very different events.
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photoThis article outlines ways to increase your running cadence while also getting the benefits of reduced injury.
author : Team BT
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photoIs 180 the magic number?
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.
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?
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.
author : alicefoeller
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photoA comprehensive look at a controversial trend-- for triathletes like you
author : KenMierke
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photoDespite what most runners and their coaches believe, technique plays an enormous role in sustained fast running.
author : mikericci
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photoThe misconception of LSD is that it’s easy. What I have learned over the years is that LSD or "running slow" is relative to each person.
author : greggseltzer
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photoWhy barefoot running is not suited for the average runner.
author : mikericci
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photoHow to prepare your body before heading out into the cold.
author : Team BT
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photoDifference between marathon and half-marathon extreme
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