It’s in the Air

The more efficiently your body can extract oxygen from the air and transfer it to your muscles, the easier your running will feel at any speed.Better Posture means better breathing; better breathing means better running."As we grew up we started sitting more and moving less. Our rib cages no longer...

Rest & Recovery

"Activity and rest are two vital aspects of life. To find a balance in them is a skill in itself. Wisdom is knowing when to have rest, when to have activity, and how much of each to have. Finding them in each other - activity in rest and rest in...

5 Program

STORIFY: PPRESENT>PROGRESSBUILDING HEALTHY HAPPY HABITS: daily routineStart from where you are; enjoy the process, be patient, don't give up and progress will come.Take the thinking out "It took me some time to understand the transformative powers of running. The reward is living the lifestyle and embracing the journey. It’s not...

4 Plan

SIMPLIFY: PREPARE>PRIORITIZE If you fail to prepare, prepare to fail. Steve PrefontainePlan your program: put the pieces (essentials & expertise) in the right chronical orderThe most challenging part runners cope with is their fear of getting injured. But in fact, their fear increases the chance of getting injured; most injuries...

Food & Drink Habits; What Runners Eat & Need

The quality and variation of the food we buy, how we prepare our food, when, how often and how much we eat and drink, and how active we are, it all influences our health and the (non) healthy habits we build.The food choices you make can slow you down or help you recover. In...

Mind, breath and heart

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