I’m going to try something new, a video blog. In this blog, I’ll be going over running mechanics and how to work on them and fix them. Let me know what you think. Training update: Things are back on track.
This is a special blog. It’s a guest blog by my sister Emily. She just got through with her first year of Junior High track and Cross Country. I thought it would be interesting to hear a 7th graders take
Training update:I went through a little bit of a rough period where my legs were pretty much fried for a couple workouts. I think the workload and all the new stimulus’ finally caught up to me. So, we backed off
“Old school” approach to sprint/ strength work A while ago, I made a comment to another coach that my belief in sprint/strength work was rooted in the “Old School” model of Tom Tellez. He asked me to expand on that
Part 6- Kick Development- A matter of strength Endurance: In the last post, I basically described how to lower lactate at race pace. If you remember the data discussed already, the ability to finish at a quicker pace seemed to
Africans vs. Western Runners: Part 5: Putting theory into practice. Over the last four blog’s I’ve tried to point out some of the differences between high level African runners and American runners. Let’s briefly look back at some of the