Posts Tagged ‘Running’

Channel your pre-race anxiety

Avoiding Mental Sabotage Part 4: How to Channel Pre-Race Anxiety

  

Learn whether you’re dealing with constructive pre-race jitters or performance crushing pre-race anxiety—and discover how you can channel those nerves into focus and drive.


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VIDEO: Endurance Strength Roundup- Running Drills

  

D3 Multisport’s AJ Johnson goes over two running activation drills to facilitate proper running form and better mechanics.


Speedwork For Ultra Runners

  

Incorporating these four types of speed workouts into your ultra training can help you gain efficiency, prevent injury and gain important metabolic efficiencies heading into your next race.


An Introduction to TrainingPeaks Metrics

  

Everything you need to know to get started tracking important TrainingPeaks metrics so you can accurately plan your training and measure your progress.


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VIDEO: Endurance Strength Roundup- Hip Strengthening Exercises for Running

  

D3 Multisport’s Laura Marcoux goes over two simple exercises that target the abductors for stronger hips and knee stability.


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Simple Tips to Help You Run a Faster 10K (Without Running on the Track)

  

If your track sessions are falling short, here are some new twists on training to help you run a faster 10K.


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When is Running With Power Superior to Running at Pace?

  

While pace remains the most popular metric for measuring output, running with power can be a valuable tool for holding a steady effort over varied terrain, as well as helping runners develop economy of movement.


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Performance Assessment Tests for Cyclists and Multisport Athletes

  

Performance assessment tests are key for setting fitness benchmarks, evaluating your progress and gauging your level of fitness heading into an event.


Training in the Grey Zone: How to Avoid the Zone 3 Plateau

  

If you find yourself struggling to improve your run performance despite consistently tough training sessions, chances are you are in the dreaded Zone 3 plateau. Here’s how to bust out of this rut, avoid overtraining and reach your running potential.


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Incorporating Trail Running into Marathon Training

  

Incorporating trail running into your marathon training is a great way to build strength, improve form and gain mental focus for your race, however there are important guidelines to keep in mind so that your off-road time doesn’t derail your marathon goals.


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