Complete Endurance Running's philosophy is that becoming a better runner is not all about simply running more. Of course, volume is imperative to progress, but building a stronger and more mobile body is also crucial to becoming faster and remaining injury free.
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Poor posture is a common running form flaw. We often see runners who are hunched over with a lot of flexion at the hip. However, with a few simple alterations, posture can be improved significantly enabling increased glute activation, promotion of efficient breathing and lowering the risk of injury.
In this article, we take a close look at progressive overload. This is the idea that humans adapt to stress slowly over time and can train to handle and adapt to more and more stress. Progressive overload is the key to developing our physical capabilities and improving athletically in the long run.
David Goggins' life story is incredible. His childhood was horrendous with constant prejudice and physical abuse. However, from this trauma came a determination and a work ethic which changed him from an overweight, depressed guy into a US military icon and one of the top ultra runners in the world.
We all want to continue to improve and get faster the more we run. Time however is not always on our side and as we get older there are some physical changes that happen to us all. Acknowledging these changes and knowing how to to mediate their impact is the key to continued success and enjoyment.
This week, we're talking about injuries to the Achilles tendon. This is a common running injury we often see in our clinic, that when properly diagnosed and managed can be easily treated. Unfortunately, many people ignore the niggle for so long that it then becomes a far more long-term injury.
Let's be honest, the festive period can be pretty chaotic. Add work parties, catching up with various friends and shopping onto your usual commitments and this can leave very little time for training. However there are some simple tactics you can adopt to ensure you keep active over the holidays.