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Chips Not Fists

By on 03/13/2013 in Running with 0 Comments
Chips Not Fists

Good form will carry you through℠ When we get fatigued, we have a natural tendency to tense up, which makes us unconsciously do things such as grit our teeth and clench our fists. When we clench our hands into tightly held fists, we are slowing ourselves down unnecessarily. Clenched fists make the tension in our […]

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Chicken Wings Are For Eating Not Running

By on 03/06/2013 in Running with 0 Comments
Chicken Wings Are For Eating Not Running

Chicken Wings Are For Eating Not Running A short while ago I wrote about beginning runners who cross their arms over the “Zipper Line” a short while ago. Today I want to give beginning runners something else to watch for so that they will have good form. Sometimes when we get fatigued, our arm carriage […]

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Watch Your Zipper Line

By on 02/13/2013 in Running with 0 Comments
Watch Your Zipper Line

Good form will carry you through℠. While I was on the running path earlier this week, I saw several runners whose form was a little ragged. Many runners lose proper running form in cold, windy conditions by fighting the wind and getting tighter to combat the cold. Yet, running tight is counterproductive. Running is a […]

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