Good morning everyone! We’re back with our little walking saga to get to look and – more importantly – feel good while on the move. After going through the posture to adopt in this article, it is now time to move on to the second part: the stride. What is a stride?
We may walk like we breathe, unconsciously and naturally, it doesn’t necessarily mean we’re doing it right. Yes, you’ve been doing it your entire life and yet, you probably have been doing it the wrong way all along. Bra-vo. Indeed, although we’re being taught how to stand up and put one foot after the
Not easy to see, impossible to anticipate, the stitch is still the fellow of many runners. It’s usually located along the ribs, most often on the left flank. However, it’s possible to have a stitch along the acromion. Be careful! You mustn’t confuse the different zones. Indeed, a stitch is located on the left side
Among runners, some have only one thing in mind: to constantly improve and surpass themselves to face harder or more exciting challenges. More than a motor, it has become their reason to run! So you can start working on your endurance, breathing or your ability to run 30 minutes without losing a lung… But did
They say we are what we eat. But when you’ve run for an hour and you come back, cooking isn’t really a priority. Imagine just a second. You come back home after your session, you feel fine. You ran well and you made a good performance. But running like this will probably work up quite