Sprinting is something we were born to do. It was a way to either obtain food or avoid becoming so. Most of us sprinted when we were kids, not because our parents signed us up for track and field but because it was part of playing. Growing older conditioned (pun intended) us to play less, … Continue reading Sprinting workouts for fitness
This will by no means be a full description of block starts, that will be beyond the scope of this post, but I will instead focus on the first few steps you take out of the blocks as they are some of the most important steps and sets you up for the rest of the … Continue reading Sprinting – The art of the start – The first few steps
I absolutely do not consider myself an expert on sprinting as it, at least by track & field terms, is not something I have done my entire life. But what I do consider myself quite an expert on is biomechanics and applying well researched concepts to actual sports specific training. And with the title of … Continue reading “Nailing” perfect sprint technique; high knee, quick recovery and toes up with one simple tip
If you have followed my instagram account you will probably know that I have started sprinting at a local track & field club. At age 29 this sure is a little late to win the olympics, but I have always been extremely fascinated by sprinters and wanted to try and actually train like them under … Continue reading Just try it
When it comes to fat loss, it is no secret that I am a big fan of HIIT. I want the biggest effect, crammed into the least amount of time. Doing an hour worth of cardio on a treadmill, crosstrainer, or anything similar is way too boring for me. It may yield some good results … Continue reading Intensity Build Up Running (IBUR)
Running always kinds of splits the waters for people trying to gain muscle mass. Some swear by running for fat loss, others can't seem to scream muscle loss fast enough. I kind of like running. You won't see me running marathons or anything close ...