Running is a simple sport in truth, put one foot in front of the other. However there are many ways in which you can stunt your progress as a runner. Here is the top 5… Increasing milage too quickly Gradually increasing mileage for runners, especially new runners and people restarting running, can help prevent injury and burnout by allowing the body to adapt to the increased demands of running. One simple rule to follow is
You may have heard before that your bum (glute maximus) is the biggest and most important muscle in the body. It plays a important part in almost all movements in the body, even a lot of upper body movements as it stabilizes the pelvis and supports the back. But without any glute strength we lose this ability to support our back. Often times, we find ourselves sitting for long periods at work, sometimes up to 9
Potatoes Potatoes are one of the few vegetables considered to be unhealthy. They tend to get put in with other refined cars such as pasta because they’re a high GI But potatoes are a rich source of carbohydrates, vitamin C, some B vitamins and trace minerals. Of course, the way you prepare potatoes will change the aspects of those starches that get a bad rap. Deep fat frying potatoes (chips) will add a lot of saturated fats.
Running in a group can provide several benefits to any advanced runner or complete newbie. It can be quite daughting entering a new setting but the rewards will be worth it. Increased motivation and accountability Having a group to run with can make it easier to stick to a running schedule and push yourself to achieve your goals. Social support Running with a group can provide a sense of camaraderie and can be more enjoyable
Hill training is something many people dread, but it also can can provide several benefits for runners, including: leg strength: Running uphill requires you to run against the resistance of gravity and therefore requires more effort. This can help to build strength in the legs, hips, and glutes. 2. Improved running form: Running uphill requires a different running form, with a more upright posture and a shorter stride, which can help to improve overall running