Beginner Triathlete - Run articles

author : gsmacleod
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photoTaking the time to have your running form analyzed can help many athletes run further, faster or both!
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 : 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 : 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 : 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.
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.
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 : ChiRunning
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photoDiscussion on many aspects of ChiRunning such as falling forward, posture, hamstring tightness, stride length, leaning, stretching
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.
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.
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.
author : infosteward
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photoInterview with ChiRunning guru Danny Dryer
author : ChiRunning
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photoIn order to improve your running efficiency and enjoy that last leg of every race, there are three important “rules of the road” to follow.
author : ChiRunning
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photo“The absence of unnecessary effort,” means that if you don't do any more than is necessary (to accomplish an activity), you won't waste your energy and feel drained afterwards.
author : smeeko
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photoNo matter what technique you use, running still remains a sport that requires “pain and suffering.” Technique-only training will not make you a fast runner if you don’t practice to be one.
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