Running has a long progression curve. Learning the right basic techniques from the start is one of the keys to efficient and fun progression. Even if you have years of running experience there is always knowledge to be gained. Most runners waste years of their career learning from mistakes, and jeopardizing potentially great races in the process. That’s the cardinal sin in running, and in 2016 I learnt the hard way by tearing my right quad 10 days away from qualifying for Rio Olympics. That was a very harsh, but very fair lesson, and I was making mistakes during training.
*Running too fast
*Not looking after my nutrition
*Zero strength work
*Zero emphasis on recovery
Learn from my mistakes, and use my knowledge in this masterclass to completely transform how you train, life and compete in future.
This lecture is part of the running specific workshop, and it goes into some detail about ways to get better at running from a very general perspective, and hammers home the importance of making the basics a priority.
I picked the workshops recovery, nutrition, psychology, strength and then running specific because I believed that’s the key areas to being better at running.