will encourage them to relax, which in turn will ward off the tension that causes them to shorten, tighten and fatigue."I lose all focus in racesWhat's happening En route to the finish line, the racing environment bombards us with information, and we have
It's an all too common story: runner sets achievable goals; runner puts in the necessary physical training to meet goals; runner falls short on race day. So, what's the problem? Could it be that you're spending too much time becoming a stronger runner on the road, and precious li...
rate. But also note how you're feeling out of 10 during those runs." Look for the signs of success: your long runs are leaving you feeling less fatigued; you feel less sore in the 72 hours after a particularly intense run. Next, identify one aspect
from your body in every race you do can lead to injury, lasting fatigue and psychological issues, which can hamper your running for life."To read the full 14 fixes - including advice on hitting the right pace in each training session and performing well
in every race you do can lead to injury, lasting fatigue and psychological issues, which can hamper your running for life." BAD HABIT: You’re iPod dependent Running to music certainly provides a handy distraction on those long slogs, but what happens when
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