A tasty table is always a great start Blueberry, Ginger, Cashew Rice Cakes Baked Rice Balls: Ham Bacon Pineapple and Sweet Potato Bacon (from Feed Zone Portables) Hard Boiled Eggs Roasted Potatoes rolled in parmesan and salt Baked Eggs with bacon and cheese All of this portions and packs well for ride, run or hike. […]
Tightening up after a run is normal. A muscle that has no input from your nervous system is completely flaccid (this is what happens with paralysis). Running requires the body to become and efficient spring. To achieve this, the nervous system (brain) creates increased tension in the muscles needed to run. When done with deliberate […]
There are many things that draw us off road and nourish our individual needs. Life’s lessons can be refined and practiced with clarity as we move in nature. The variability of terrain can be both a challenge and an enjoyment. The roots, rocks, sticks that look like snakes but aren’t, rocks that are actually turtles […]
Fleet Feet Monday Speed Crew 17-05-22 The goal of our workout will be to clearly feel how the timing between the Hip and the Front Cross Core support and drive fluid running form. Keys to Success: This is a workout with a focus on learning. It builds on alternating hip abduction (the key to a […]
Basic Biomechanics of Gait (in Running and Walking)
Fleet Feet Full & Half Marathon Training: Track & Running Core Workout
Is there such a thing as NON-distance running? By default, doesn’t running cover distance? What really is ‘distance’ anyway? Brian muses on what it means to cover ground on two feet.
You’ve heard that you should warm up before and cool down after exercise — but do you know why?
The core is a functional concept, not an anatomical address.
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