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by:QY Precision      2019-10-29
\"I think you run like a machine.
\"On a glorious Sunday morning, a cyclist shouted along the Mount Vernon Trail in Virginia.
I smiled and said thank you. I kept moving.
This is after another cyclist said I ran well.
Other runners and several tourists looked at me curiously as I ran past.
Praise and appearance are not uninvited.
My bright yellow shirt asked, \"How am I running ? \"
\"Appeal for criticism.
I admit: I\'m proud.
My pace is all-round and my pace is clear.
To get enough speed, my arms and hips work at the same time, and I landed correctly on the foot ball.
The most important thing is that I feel good.
It feels good to run.
It was a far cry from more than two years ago, when I was in a struggle of depression and depression, and I thought of an idea.
You\'re going to the marathon, so you have to go.
I haven\'t run since I was a teenager, but soon, I ran the length of a block.
I couldn\'t breathe. it was painful.
Running is terrible.
However, this is enough for me to move on.
Since then, I \'ve been in a three-
Race half mileMarathon, 200
A mile relay and marathon in Argentina and Washington.
Next week I will be in Toronto for the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon on October. 19.
According to my running app, I have recorded more than 1,600 miles.
Along the way, I was wondering if there was such a thing as a perfect running exercise.
Mysterious stretches or yoga poses that increase speed and endurance are exercises that end all running exercises.
This question is of practical significance.
My goal is to run a child. four-
One hour marathon in Toronto
My time at Buenos was 4:55:01 and I was going through it most of the time (
For example, stop to take photos)
My first marathon in another country.
Training during 2013 of torture
I sent it to 4:11:46 in winter. C.
Rock Marathon.
I have a better life, but I still feel a little uncomfortable.
After many discussions, reading and running, I found the perfect running.
It turns out it has nothing to do with your legs.
Or running.
Instead, it\'s about developing your mind.
Finding the sport, however, is itself a sport.
Running is easy as a child.
Running should also be easy as an adult, right? Not quite.
\"There is an inherent assumption at runtime that it is built in --
Anyone can do it.
So when people haven\'t done anything positive for a year or two, you\'re going to get them into a project first, \"sports coach David delanaf told me in an email.
\"They lack the common muscle and body.
The first is coordination, and they don\'t get any indication at the first run.
The result is that in addition to the dysfunctional and often aging body, the operating mechanism is poor.
\"Dellanave is the owner of the custom gym Minneapolis, who wrote about running and strength training on www. dellanave. com.
\"Many runners think that Miles will be faster if they can learn to run long enough, but that doesn\'t work,\" says Dellanave . \".
Many of my previous struggles proved this.
Running is difficult and painful.
Shin splints, pulled its straps, pain on my feet, pulled back the muscles
I have been through it.
I ran very hard and paid the price.
It seems too laborious to get faster.
When I went to Toronto for training, I was sure there had to be a better way to run.
This allowed me to go to the endurance athlete center in Va Falls Church.
The center hosted a running clinic led by Mark kukurzera and Ian Adamson on Labor Day weekend.
Doctor and Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Cucuzzella and fitness professional Adamson led a seminar called National health run.
The room was packed with physical therapists.
I am a marathon runner, a cross runner.
Cucuzzella and Adamson browse scientific data on running, nutrition, muscle training, and metabolic efficiency.
Most of the audience nodded.
I try not to nod.
Cucuzzella stressed that there is the right way to run and there are many wrong ways to run.
The fundamentals of steady operation have not changed.
Running is a skill that can be learned.
This is not rocket science. On a fun run —
Only when running a clinic, a 6-mile run in 80-
Degree weather is considered \"interesting\"
Cucuzzella helped me hone this skill.
He suggested I use three.
When I run, count, when I count, push my front leg down, keep my back straight, arms at 90-
The angle moves back and forth and my face points forward.
This table aligns the core so I will land on the front of the foot. Left foot, 1; right foot, 2;
Left foot 3, wait.
Waltz.
That\'s all I need to do?
Cucuzzella later told me: \"The art of running is getting faster without trying to run . \".
He pointed out that when a runner does 1-2-
3 steps, they saw substantial improvements in a few weeks.
This form transfers the main thrust from the quadrupeds to the hips, so the runners gain greater hip mobility. He was right.
My leg pain is gone.
I feel the rhythm of my arms and core is even. I stopped heel-striking.
It\'s really not rocket science.
The trick to any new skill is to make it a habit.
Habits lead to a path to discipline.
At the end of the training, I would like to remind everyone to consider my physical condition while running.
Enter the bright yellow shirt.
Wearing it is a mindfulness exercise.
It is important to learn to run, but mindfulness is the perfect running practice.
Everything else.
Technical, stretching and strength training
From the place of intention.
On Sunday morning, running on Mount Vernon Trail feels simple.
Not easy, but very simple.
It\'s not running 20 miles, it\'s moving in my body and moving forward with confidence.
Time is not important.
The important thing is to be happy far away.
What Cucuzzella said has been bothering me all the time: \"Running is the foundation of a healthy life.
Very simple, everything is easy and easy.
If not, you are wrong.
\"This, and everything that has happened in the last two years, is why I took me to the starting line of Toronto.
I will tell you the situation in a later column.
How are you running?
The Washington Post: \"I think you run like a machine.
\"On a glorious Sunday morning, a cyclist shouted along the Mount Vernon Trail in Virginia.
I smiled and said thank you. I kept moving.
This is after another cyclist said I ran well.
Other runners and several tourists looked at me curiously as I ran past.
Praise and appearance are not uninvited.
My bright yellow shirt asked, \"How am I running ? \"
\"Appeal for criticism.
I admit: I\'m proud.
My pace is all-round and my pace is clear.
To get enough speed, my arms and hips work at the same time, and I landed correctly on the foot ball.
The most important thing is that I feel good.
It feels good to run.
It was a far cry from more than two years ago, when I was in a struggle of depression and depression, and I thought of an idea.
You\'re going to the marathon, so you have to go.
I haven\'t run since I was a teenager, but soon, I ran the length of a block.
I couldn\'t breathe. it was painful.
Running is terrible.
However, this is enough for me to move on.
Since then, I \'ve been in a three-
Race half mileMarathon, 200
A mile relay and marathon in Argentina and Washington.
Next week I will be in Toronto for the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon on October. 19.
According to my running app, I have recorded more than 1,600 miles.
Along the way, I was wondering if there was such a thing as a perfect running exercise.
Mysterious stretches or yoga poses that increase speed and endurance are exercises that end all running exercises.
This question is of practical significance.
My goal is to run a child. four-
One hour marathon in Toronto
My time at Buenos was 4:55:01 and I was going through it most of the time (
For example, stop to take photos)
My first marathon in another country.
Training during 2013 of torture
I sent it to 4:11:46 in winter. C.
Rock Marathon.
I have a better life, but I still feel a little uncomfortable.
After many discussions, reading and running, I found the perfect running.
It turns out it has nothing to do with your legs.
Or running.
Instead, it\'s about developing your mind.
Finding the sport, however, is itself a sport.
Running is easy as a child.
Running should also be easy as an adult, right? Not quite.
\"There is an inherent assumption at runtime that it is built in --
Anyone can do it.
So when people haven\'t done anything positive for a year or two, you\'re going to get them into a project first, \"sports coach David delanaf told me in an email.
\"They lack the common muscle and body.
The first is coordination, and they don\'t get any indication at the first run.
The result is that in addition to the dysfunctional and often aging body, the operating mechanism is poor.
\"Dellanave is the owner of the custom gym Minneapolis, who wrote about running and strength training on www. dellanave. com.
\"Many runners think that Miles will be faster if they can learn to run long enough, but that doesn\'t work,\" says Dellanave . \".
Many of my previous struggles proved this.
Running is difficult and painful.
Shin splints, pulled its straps, pain on my feet, pulled back the muscles
I have been through it.
I ran very hard and paid the price.
It seems too laborious to get faster.
When I went to Toronto for training, I was sure there had to be a better way to run.
This allowed me to go to the endurance athlete center in Va Falls Church.
The center hosted a running clinic led by Mark kukurzera and Ian Adamson on Labor Day weekend.
Doctor and Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Cucuzzella and fitness professional Adamson led a seminar called National health run.
The room was packed with physical therapists.
I am a marathon runner, a cross runner.
Cucuzzella and Adamson browse scientific data on running, nutrition, muscle training, and metabolic efficiency.
Most of the audience nodded.
I try not to nod.
Cucuzzella stressed that there is the right way to run and there are many wrong ways to run.
The fundamentals of steady operation have not changed.
Running is a skill that can be learned.
This is not rocket science. On a fun run —
Only when running a clinic, a 6-mile run in 80-
Degree weather is considered \"interesting\"
Cucuzzella helped me hone this skill.
He suggested I use three.
When I run, count, when I count, push my front leg down, keep my back straight, arms at 90-
The angle moves back and forth and my face points forward.
This table aligns the core so I will land on the front of the foot. Left foot, 1; right foot, 2;
Left foot 3, wait.
Waltz.
That\'s all I need to do?
Cucuzzella later told me: \"The art of running is getting faster without trying to run . \".
He pointed out that when a runner does 1-2-
3 steps, they saw substantial improvements in a few weeks.
This form transfers the main thrust from the quadrupeds to the hips, so the runners gain greater hip mobility. He was right.
My leg pain is gone.
I feel the rhythm of my arms and core is even. I stopped heel-striking.
It\'s really not rocket science.
The trick to any new skill is to make it a habit.
Habits lead to a path to discipline.
At the end of the training, I would like to remind everyone to consider my physical condition while running.
Enter the bright yellow shirt.
Wearing it is a mindfulness exercise.
It is important to learn to run, but mindfulness is the perfect running practice.
Everything else.
Technical, stretching and strength training
From the place of intention.
On Sunday morning, running on Mount Vernon Trail feels simple.
Not easy, but very simple.
It\'s not running 20 miles, it\'s moving in my body and moving forward with confidence.
Time is not important.
The important thing is to be happy far away.
What Cucuzzella said has been bothering me all the time: \"Running is the foundation of a healthy life.
Very simple, everything is easy and easy.
If not, you are wrong.
\"This, and everything that has happened in the last two years, is why I took me to the starting line of Toronto.
I will tell you the situation in a later column.
How are you running?
The Washington Post: \"I think you run like a machine.
\"On a glorious Sunday morning, a cyclist shouted along the Mount Vernon Trail in Virginia.
I smiled and said thank you. I kept moving.
This is after another cyclist said I ran well.
Other runners and several tourists looked at me curiously as I ran past.
Praise and appearance are not uninvited.
My bright yellow shirt asked, \"How am I running ? \"
\"Appeal for criticism.
I admit: I\'m proud.
My pace is all-round and my pace is clear.
To get enough speed, my arms and hips work at the same time, and I landed correctly on the foot ball.
The most important thing is that I feel good.
It feels good to run.
It was a far cry from more than two years ago, when I was in a struggle of depression and depression, and I thought of an idea.
You\'re going to the marathon, so you have to go.
I haven\'t run since I was a teenager, but soon, I ran the length of a block.
I couldn\'t breathe. it was painful.
Running is terrible.
However, this is enough for me to move on.
Since then, I \'ve been in a three-
Race half mileMarathon, 200
A mile relay and marathon in Argentina and Washington.
Next week I will be in Toronto for the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon on October. 19.
According to my running app, I have recorded more than 1,600 miles.
Along the way, I was wondering if there was such a thing as a perfect running exercise.
Mysterious stretches or yoga poses that increase speed and endurance are exercises that end all running exercises.
This question is of practical significance.
My goal is to run a child. four-
One hour marathon in Toronto
My time at Buenos was 4:55:01 and I was going through it most of the time (
For example, stop to take photos)
My first marathon in another country.
Training during 2013 of torture
I sent it to 4:11:46 in winter. C.
Rock Marathon.
I have a better life, but I still feel a little uncomfortable.
After many discussions, reading and running, I found the perfect running.
It turns out it has nothing to do with your legs.
Or running.
Instead, it\'s about developing your mind.
Finding the sport, however, is itself a sport.
Running is easy as a child.
Running should also be easy as an adult, right? Not quite.
\"There is an inherent assumption at runtime that it is built in --
Anyone can do it.
So when people haven\'t done anything positive for a year or two, you\'re going to get them into a project first, \"sports coach David delanaf told me in an email.
\"They lack the common muscle and body.
The first is coordination, and they don\'t get any indication at the first run.
The result is that in addition to the dysfunctional and often aging body, the operating mechanism is poor.
\"Dellanave is the owner of the custom gym Minneapolis, who wrote about running and strength training on www. dellanave. com.
\"Many runners think that Miles will be faster if they can learn to run long enough, but that doesn\'t work,\" says Dellanave . \".
Many of my previous struggles proved this.
Running is difficult and painful.
Shin splints, pulled its straps, pain on my feet, pulled back the muscles
I have been through it.
I ran very hard and paid the price.
It seems too laborious to get faster.
When I went to Toronto for training, I was sure there had to be a better way to run.
This allowed me to go to the endurance athlete center in Va Falls Church.
The center hosted a running clinic led by Mark kukurzera and Ian Adamson on Labor Day weekend.
Doctor and Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Cucuzzella and fitness professional Adamson led a seminar called National health run.
The room was packed with physical therapists.
I am a marathon runner, a cross runner.
Cucuzzella and Adamson browse scientific data on running, nutrition, muscle training, and metabolic efficiency.
Most of the audience nodded.
I try not to nod.
Cucuzzella stressed that there is the right way to run and there are many wrong ways to run.
The fundamentals of steady operation have not changed.
Running is a skill that can be learned.
This is not rocket science. On a fun run —
Only when running a clinic, a 6-mile run in 80-
Degree weather is considered \"interesting\"
Cucuzzella helped me hone this skill.
He suggested I use three.
When I run, count, when I count, push my front leg down, keep my back straight, arms at 90-
The angle moves back and forth and my face points forward.
This table aligns the core so I will land on the front of the foot. Left foot, 1; right foot, 2;
Left foot 3, wait.
Waltz.
That\'s all I need to do?
Cucuzzella later told me: \"The art of running is getting faster without trying to run . \".
He pointed out that when a runner does 1-2-
3 steps, they saw substantial improvements in a few weeks.
This form transfers the main thrust from the quadrupeds to the hips, so the runners gain greater hip mobility. He was right.
My leg pain is gone.
I feel the rhythm of my arms and core is even. I stopped heel-striking.
It\'s really not rocket science.
The trick to any new skill is to make it a habit.
Habits lead to a path to discipline.
At the end of the training, I would like to remind everyone to consider my physical condition while running.
Enter the bright yellow shirt.
Wearing it is a mindfulness exercise.
It is important to learn to run, but mindfulness is the perfect running practice.
Everything else.
Technical, stretching and strength training
From the place of intention.
On Sunday morning, running on Mount Vernon Trail feels simple.
Not easy, but very simple.
It\'s not running 20 miles, it\'s moving in my body and moving forward with confidence.
Time is not important.
The important thing is to be happy far away.
What Cucuzzella said has been bothering me all the time: \"Running is the foundation of a healthy life.
Very simple, everything is easy and easy.
If not, you are wrong.
\"This, and everything that has happened in the last two years, is why I took me to the starting line of Toronto.
I will tell you the situation in a later column.
How are you running?
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