so you feel better.
The Question is: If we don’t look like Usain Bolt or Craig Mottram when we run…should we change our technique? Is what comes naturally to us when we hit the trails the most effective way to run faster and more efficiently? These are topics that are continually debated in recent times and its important to understand some key facts about changing technique.
Another iconic event for the Melbourne calendar! Who’s backing up the Melbourne Marathon with a casual 250 kms on the bike this Sunday with “Around the Bay in a Day ”?Being an endurance event, conserving energy and maximising efficiency is going to be the key for performing well on the day. So how is this achieved? The team at Pure have some solid cycling tips to help get you there from start to finish.
Its Melbourne Marathon this weekend; a hard act to follow after the recent achievements in Berlin! The marathon world record has been broken five times in the last eight years, and every time it was in Berlin.
Many active people will at some stage suffer from Achilles tendon pain, says Pure Director Andrew Sargent.
When we watch elite runners we see them gliding forwards without hindrance, says Pure Director Kate Senini. We see free flowing limbs, yet a strong and stable trunk. We see a perfect example of symmetry, balance and muscle control. We see the ideal running posture.