Science versus Practice: Evidence Based training A consistent theme of this blog is the battle between the scientific side and the practical side training. As I tried to express in this article on my conflicting passions, the constant tug of
As competitive runners we go to great lengths to minimize damage and enhance recovery. This is all well and good, but what if we impair the training adaptation? That’s the question I ask in a new article for Running Times
Speed= Stride length X Stride frequency This simple equation is a staple in sprinting and biomechanics material. It simply means that to see a change in speed you’ve either got to increase the ground you cover (stride length) or increase
First off, I wrote an article for Running Times online that is now up on their site. It’s called: Avoiding the Hard/Easy Trap. In it I discuss why moderate or easier workouts need to be included in your training plan.