Thank you Avery Johnson for making this video with daddy.
I’m excited to share Core X with you. The changes from Core H are simple. Core X is half as long – 5 minutes rather than 10 minutes – and no crunches. I trust Dr. Hansen’s opinion on core strength; at the 3:02 mark of this video he talks about why he doesn’t like crunches. This routine and short and sweet, but still challenging. Enjoy!
Static Stretching has been a staple of running training for several decades. But is static stretching good runners?
This is an excerpt from Dr. Jeff Messer‘s presentation “Endurance Training: Current Science and Application to Program Design” from the 08.03.13 Boulder Running Clinic. I think this is a great example of someone like Dr. Messer taking a closer look at a published paper to see if the findings of the paper actually apply to runners. Maybe they do, maybe they don’t.
All of the videos from the 08.03.13 clinic will be available later this month at BoulderRunningClinics.com.
I’m fortunate to know Dr. Jeff Messer. He’s a great coach and a unique mind in the running world. Here are his thoughts on ice baths for runners from his presentation, “Endurance Training: Current Science and Application to Program Design” which he presented at the August 3rd, 2013, Boulder Running Clinics event. Dr. Messer’s full presentation, along with five other presentations, will be available for sale later this month at BoulderRunningClinics.com.