Recovering after your run is critical if you want to be consistent in your training. To help you stay injury free and be ready for the next day, Adam Hodges recommends you create a post-run ritual. Here are five activities to incorporate into your own ritual.
If you are looking for new ways to stay energized for your training, try these healthy alternatives.
Running involves the coordination of hundreds of muscles, but some are more critical than others. Read more to learn which three muscles Coach Adam Hodges believes are the most important running muscles.
Flying across time zones for your big event can cause jet lag and hinder your performance. Fight the effects of traveling across time zones with these tips from Adam Hodges.
Nutrition is a key part of both training and racing. However, how you fuel for a session is not necessarily how you should fuel for a race. Coach Adam Hodges explains how to tailor your fueling strategy to get the most from your body.
The following is excerpted from The Endurance Athlete's Guide to Systematic, Recovery Based Training by Adam Hodges.
Triathletes widely recognize the importance of good form in the pursuit of increased efficiency. Yet that same dedication to technique and form often takes a backseat in the discipline of running.
We discussed Neuromuscular Activation in Part 1 of this series. Now we are now ready to move into the second part: Dynamic Stretching.
30% of the injuries treated in sports medicine clinics are muscular injuries. But warding off these injuries is as simple as including a proper warm-up. Here's a great routine for runners and triathletes.
The principle of specificity states that triathletes must dedicate substantial training time to swimming, cycling, and running. However, you can't forget about your core.