This was a great question, posed to us by a runner client of ours who is suffering from knee pain. He is training for a middle distance triathlon and wanted to know if running the long distances slower would be better for his joints.… Continue Reading “Is running slowly better for my knees?”
To stretch or not to stretch? Some seem to swear by it, whilst there are fast runners a-plenty out there who deem stretching as overrated and do almost none at all.
Any runner will tell you, there is nothing like heading out for a run, the fresh air, the exercise, and the freedom. Despite bad press on occasion, running or jogging remains one of the go-to exercise options. It’s ongoing popularity due in part to… Continue Reading “Is running good for you?”
Running at ‘Ironman pace’ can often be unnatural for triathletes as it’s different to strength–based, fast running with quick rhythmical movements. In most competitions we race faster than we train, but in an Ironman marathon our pace is often considerably slower than our easy… Continue Reading “Get better at running long and slow for Ironman”
The pattern seems to be a predictable one: the runner has increasing pain that builds up as the distance continues, sometimes culminating in having to stop. But what is the cause?
I walked along the beach to central surfers paradise and my my my feet and legs knew about it! That was on on firm sand too!