Things are going well and getting busy. I’m finally back into the swing of things running wise, been working a lot with the HS kids, and working with some post collegiate kids. I’m really enjoying the blend of running and
Timeout from our regularly scheduled programming to look at Usain Bolt’s 9.58. I promise I’ll get back to some of the questions on dynamic w/up, stretching, drills, etc. soon. Looking at the Data: 10m splits:Reaction- .146start-10m- 1.7410-20m- .9920-30m- .9030-40m- .8640-50m-.8350-60m-
Drills and core work? A little goes a long way… A little information can be very dangerous… This is going to be one of my rants. Know that going in…You’ve been warned. I’ve noticed a fairly recent trend in the
Static Stretching’s role in running: Why flexibility isn’t all it is cut out to be. Stretch, stretch, stretch. We are inundated with this idea that stretching is almost a cure all for all of our woes. Are you sore? Stretch.
And so it begins… Today I’m making the return to running, or at least going to test things out. It should be an interesting day. The HS kids also have their first supervised LT workout which is always fun. After