I just read this off of the Total Immersion blog and had to comment immediately: How long can you sustain Fast Swimming? I found it to be extremely interesting in its discussion on adaptation and about neurological training. He states regarding adaptation: These days, the coaches of elite swimmers are far more likely to give[…]
A buddy of mine was trying Pose Method running for the first time, and was having problems with calf and shin pain. I sent him these tips on starting out with Pose Method, which is changing to a forefoot runner and improving on form, strength and balance and thought that these tips might be worthy[…]
Oops forgot one. Kinesio Tape If you put this tape on correctly, it’s great for making my muscles relax and not contract. It’s also got tissue lifting properties which enable more blood flow into muscles despite the fact that they’re tight. It’s amazing stuff.
These last few years I’ve been thinking about proper recovery in between workouts a lot, and how it affects my ability to increase my performance. A lot has been written about recovery and how improper recovery can really detract from a race result and lead to injury. As I have explored recovery, not much has[…]
I’ve been doing this workout for a long time now. I do it through my offseason to keep my legs moving fast, and I also do it as a recovery workout since it’s of such short duration. It incorporates running drills on the treadmill, and then uses the treadmill relentless speed to get your legs[…]