Ok triathlon athletes (this blog is also for biathlons, marathon, and other races you compete in) at this point you should be well within your conditioning phase. Continue with your squats, lunges, single leg touchdowns and core training. It’s time to add some speed training.
This story I’m going to tell you is about the greatest high school athlete I’ve ever seen in my life. I understand that in the world we live in today it’s easy to get caught up in hyperbole and poetic license for effect. I assure you, I am being completely honest when I tell you this story about one of the most talented athletes I’ve ever seen. Now before people go on throwing out names like Bo Jackson and Randy Moss I’m limiting this statement to people I’ve actually been able to witness first hand and fully grasp their talent and ability.
A few months ago I was contacted for a great opportunity to teach running mechanics and speed development at Bellarmine High School in San Jose, CA. Bellarmine High School is a storied academic institution and a powerhouse athletic program in San Jose and the C.C.S (Central Coast Section) with many championships and accolades.
No Mo Chemo Marathon oct 12, 2013Wow I don't even know where to begin. All I know is that this run not only represents our families two and half year journey with childhood cancer, but is the perfect comparison to how Momo triumphed over her cancer marathon.
Our gym has huge picture windows, through which we can see everything happening on beautiful Mission Street in San Marino. Every day – and especially on Saturday mornings – we see dozens of people jogging or running past.
Compared with other sports, the equipment needed to run is minimal. Does that mean that minimal thought should be put into what you select for your personal equipment? No way! At Running On The Wall, we have put together this insightful set of ‘rules’ for being properly equipped to run with endurance, and feel great doing it!1. Looking Hot, Feeling Cool