Don’t overdo it"I know now that hammering every session was ultimately counter-productive. When I first started running, I would struggle to keep up with running friends who were faster than me. This got me into shape, but it took a mounting toll on my muscles and joints. I final...
an unusual gait, and my thighs absolutely kill me!A It sounds like a classic case of delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). DOMS is commonly experienced after unaccustomed strenuous exercise. The muscle tenderness usually becomes apparent the day after
- these beauties have been spotted on scores of elite distance runners in the last few years. Worn post-run, you'll find the soreness and aches of DOMS eased away.Although easy to pull over calves, the socks do stay put. Sweat is wicked away through a clever built
them, I'd still be at mile 16!!! Finished in 5'38 (Alison) and 4hr 03 (Doms) As for doing differently… I would have queued for the loos sooner… I waited 40 mins at the red start and still had to pee behind a bush!And the key to success.. Knowing
like a handcuff! It was entertaining to watch, but I found that I was stood up for ages waiting to start. Not resting my legs before the run.Before I knew it, Dom was back from the Bike stage and I was off! I’d struggled to keep up the 6:26 min
at 90rpm. Perhaps most interesting of all, powerBIKE also claim that the bike's vibrations can help to reduce DOMS, by quickly raising your circulation to more effectively drain toxins.I'm in good company on the powerBIKE. The Dutch professional cycling
some experienced tri-hards before donning that wet suit.Plus, as part of the TW web team, it's high-time I got invloved in triathlon. But unfortunately for Dom and Alice, I am extremely competitive. So there'll be no half-hearted, 'get
-event massage is sometimes available at races - get in contact with the race organiser to ask.Post-event A sports massage after a race is a great way to soothe and ease fatigued and tired tissues and prevent DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness). The pace
needs. Here’s how to deal with the most common post-marathon ailments, how to combat the blues and, of course, top advice on when and how to resume running. Health and NutritionMuscle SorenessDelayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) can begin eight or more
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