Tina finished the London Marathon yesterday in 2:41:19, which sets a new personal best by 4 minutes! Additionally her second half was faster than her first half indicating she still had some left in the tank when she crossed the finish line. I spoke with her from London yesterday and she said she felt remarkablyContinue reading “Update on Tina’s result in London”
…running can be an effective and enjoyable form of exercise. It also means that if your body isn’t ready for distance running, there may be better options for you initially. Even the pros have coaches and it is much better to start with good movement and build a foundation for running (or whatever) than to start with poor movement and add more bad movement on top of a bad foundation.
America is obsessed with soreness, pain, and exhaustion as it pertains to training. We think that we have to train “all-out” all the time in order to make progress. However the human body doesn’t perform this way and attempting to push harder for extended periods of time can result in pain, injury, sickness or evenContinue reading “Training with Context”