Oh where to start... This weekend was an experience I will never forget! In January I committed to being captain to a #ragnarrelay team for #ragnargreatriver. Over the year I have struggled with issues due to my #TBI. As @ragnarrelay got closer I wanted nothing more than to pull out. The thing is, when I commit to something I follow through with it. There is no way I could leave 11 other people counting on me high and dry. So I went into this weekend with a lot of anxiety and fear. However, my amazing team made all that fear and anxiety disappear! I walked away from this weekend feeling a renewed love for #running and I found some confidence that I thought was lost. I know I did the running on my own but the support my team and especially my van gave me made all the difference! I cannot thank We Find All Our Runners...Eventually enough!
Another #manualtherapymonday coming atcha!!! Since I got a lot of great feedback and questions regarding my sizzle video from yesterday, I figured I'd show you my take on a little posterior tibialis release. Hope you like it!!! Hit me with any questions! •
Deep from within, one of many yoga practices this past weekend with instructor @kristamariestarr. The theme of Krista's 3-day retreat was first to focus on releasing the stagnant through exhalation, then embracing new growth through inhalation. Thoughtful contemplation through movement, music, food, and new friends. #woodfieldlife#findtruenature
Si tienes unos músculos fuertes, ten por seguro que correrás mucho más rápido y sin lesiones. Simplemente unos músculos reactivos y con la suficiente fuerza para mantener la velocidad en carrera se traduce en un mejor rendimiento. Si lo que quieres es fortalecer los cuádriceps para correr aparte de fortalecerlos en el gym puedes probar realizando elevaciones de pierna, isométricos de cuadriceps y sentadillas.