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Plyometrics for Beginners

Do's and Dont's, Incorporating plyometrics into your training, Technique for Plyometrics, and Beginner Plyometric workouts


2 minutes read

Continuing with our series on plyometric exercises. In the last article, we write on the importance of plyometrics and how plyometrics benefit endurance runners in developing speed and improving the running economy. In this article, we explain how we can start with plyometric training.

Plyometric Training for Runners

Plyometric training series - Improve power, speed, running economy and form

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4 minutes read

Plyometrics come naturally to all humans, as we learn it in early childhood like - jumps, hops and bounding movements. These movements and activities involve projection of our body’s center of mass either horizontally or vertically by increasing the magnitude and rate of stretch on the muscles. Plyometrics are easily approachable by runners of all levels of expertise, and can be done without no or minimal equipment.

Recover through Cold and Heat

Part 4 of Recover to Perform series. How cold and hot therapies can help recovery, and when & where to use them effectively.

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6 minutes read

As runners, we experience muscle soreness, pains, and niggles on an everyday basis. We often think we have forgotten how our bodies would be without the existing injuries and soreness. Continuing our series on recovery, this post focuses on cold and heat therapy to recover.

Sleep to Recover and Perform

Part 3 of Recover to Perform series. How sleep improves recovery & performance, science of sleep, benefits, hacks for better sleep and more

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7 minutes read

How well we sleep, transcends in our performance. Sleep is one of the most important, and often neglected aspects of the path to peak performance. Great athletes know about the importance of sleep to achieve performance. Eliud Kipchoge, undoubtedly the greatest marathoners of all the time, sleeps for ten hours everyday. His training schedule includes eight hours of sleep at night, and a two hour nap during the day.

Stretch to Recover and Perform

Use stretching for better range of motion, recovery and performance

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4 minutes read

Running entails both aerobic (endurance-based) and resistance (strength-based) activity which represents two extremes of the exercise continuum. For our body to continue to work efficiently on this continuum, we need to constantly work on our muscles to maintain optimal elasticity. To maintain the elasticity, “recovery” is the key to get back to the original form for the next training session.

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