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Tina Muir, Elite Runner for Saucony Hurricanes, has been recovering following the Chicago Marathon with a few common techniques. But she has also incorporated a routine of Hip Yoga Stretches to help relieve the tightness in her hips. These are the exercises Tina has found to be most effective. Hold each stretch for around 90 seconds, to really allow the muscle to let go. Make sure you continue to breath deeply the entire time. You should never stretch to the point of real pain, but it will probably be uncomfortable to start, but will ease up after around a minute. This hip opening yoga sequence for runners has really helped her feel better on runs! Do it 4-5 times... Continue Reading →
Recently, two elite endurance athletes shared with us their experiences while training with the EnduroPacks daily nutrient system. Both entered the 30 day trial with some general skepticism, but after a few weeks of consistent progress they were convinced that replenishing daily nutrients could help their training. Distance Runner with Oiselle Team and triathlete, Allie Burdick, wrote: "I started out skeptical and thought “This had better work!” And guess what? After 30 days of consistently using all the products, I can honestly say that I have a lot more energy during my workouts, better recovery and my hydration levels have come way up!" http://vitatrain4life.com/patches-arent-just-for-nicotine-enduropacks/. Former professional cyclist turned elite AG triathlete for BigSexyRacing, Jack Cartright, added that he incorporated... Continue Reading →
We are sharing an article written by Tina Muir, Elite Distance Runner for Saucony Hurricanes Racing Team, and former Olympic Trialist in the 10k meters. Tina writes numerous training and nutrition articles on her blog "Fuel Your Future With Tina". With my MBA out of the way, I finally have time to dedicate some of my brain power to informative posts; I thought it would be good to do a series featuring what I consider the not so “secrets” of my success. Many of you may already do some, or all of these, but if not, they are the "little things" that make a BIG difference and hopefully help you become your best. If you missed the first post, you can read about the Importance... Continue Reading →