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I measured my running cadence under three conditions by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:08pm I measured my running cadence while doing a comfortable pace, an uphill run, and a downhill run. The cadences were 180, 176, and 192, respectively. I have a faster cadence that some runners I've talked with. My cadence and stride-length are natural to my body. I don't force them in any way. Read on »
Running Cadence by Matt M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:11pm As I talked about in a previous post, I've been seeing some casual joggers around Vegas with not-so-good running form.  One of the primary parts of good running technique that isn't discussed much is running cadence. I've learned a bunch about the importance of running cadence from the folks over at PoseTech.  One of the things they stress i ... Read on »
Running Form: Cadence Drill - To correct over stride and keep feet low to the ground by Jeff G. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 16 Jun 2014 2:41pm The Research: Studies have clearly shown that as runners become faster, their stride length decrease. Therefore, the way to get faster is to increase turnover of feet and legs. Even those who lack a fast bone in their bodies will benefit from turnover drills because they teach the body to find a more efficient motion. The Drill: After a ... Read on »
Running Clinic: 5-Mile Track Workout by Corey I. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 3:57pm 1 Comment Went to our running clinic's 2nd week of track workout tonight. Did 1 mi warm-up, followed by 8x400 (at threshold pace), with each 400 of speed work followed by a recovery lap (another 8x400). So all in all, I did 5 mi. :) Today I noticed that I was running a lot faster than my assigned pace group (10:30), without really intending to do so. For ... Read on »
Run Zombie Run Jogging iPhone/Android Fitness Game by Mark .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 28 Sep 2011 6:35am When it comes to doing our workouts. It can be difficult sometimes to get them scheduled into our busy lives. Not only, that cardiovascular exercise on its own, for some people is not the most exciting thing in the world to do, especially if you’re doing it alone. However, that looks all set to change now with the advent of apps that y ... Read on »
Can't run due to injury...why not try running (aqua jogging) in the pool by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Feb 2010 12:36pm Editor's Note: Please note that this story is part of our current series of advice columns from the best triathlon coaches in the sport. You can read more useful advice from long time triathlon experts HERE. "Coach I want to get one of your programs but I can not do the running. Can I ride more to make up for the lack of running?" That is ... Read on »
the uphill sprint interval run. by pojofitness Posted Mon 13 May 2013 6:34pm yes, you read that right. you will be doing sprints and intervals up hill while running.  this is a tough workout but oh so rewarding for your lower half and your heart. it will burn mega calories as well. remember, if you are not a runner you can always walk if needed but NEVER stop moving until you are done. enjoy!... the uphill sprint inte ... Read on »
Can't swim, bike, or run with Andy: An Ironman or a Sprint, it just doesn’t matter by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sun 02 Oct 2011 9:00am Last week I wrote all about how my nervous energy was motivating me ahead of the last race of the Triathlon season. I somewhat grandly described the race as being my Superbowl, trust me Fleetwood Sea Front ( where the race took place ) is no Raymond James Stadium or a Soldier Field but it was the arena in which I won the right to say afterwar ... Read on »
Dear Mark: Young Guy, Low Testosterone; RS for Babies; and Sprints vs Tempo Runs by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 02 Jun 2014 11:00am For today’s edition of , I answer three questions. First up is a young guy with low testosterone. He eats the right foods, does the right exercises, and has lived the right number of years, but he’s saddled with the testosterone of a much older man and wants to know why. Next, I discuss whether resistant starch is suitable or important for infa ... Read on »
Double Race Recap: 5k Run and Sprint Triathlon by Jason Fitzgerald Posted Wed 16 Feb 2011 9:18pm Thanks for stopping by Strength Running! Don't forget to for automatic updates about dominating your running. I have competed twice in the last week in a 5k race in Maryland and a sprint triathlon on the Jersey Shore.  Neither of them were very spectacular in terms of performance l ... Read on »