Get ready for some MATH! Congrats on completing the EAT! Now comes the fun part: dissecting your numbers. Here's the worksheet, as a PDF, you need to download. Have fun!
These exercises accompany the podcast with Dr. Alex Lanton PT, DPT, OCS, CEAS, owner of Atlas Physical Therapy (Stapleton Office) in Denver, CO. DOWNLOAD AS A PDF GOOD FOR: Giving your glutes and hips a crazy effective stretch. HOW TO: Lying on your back, keeping your right leg on the ground, lift your left leg and [...]
Run like the star you are! DOWNLOAD THESE INSTRUCTIONS AS A PDF. If you are on a half-marathon racing plan and have signed up for a race between Weeks 11-14, here are your instructions. The race should take the place of an EAT (enhanced aerobic threshold) Workout. Technical skills needed: Know how to [...]
Want more? Read this helpful post, which also has this illustration. "People who learn to control inner experience will be able to determine the quality of their lives, which is as close as any of us can come to being happy." —Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, author of FLOW: The Psychology of Optimal Experience “The best [...]
The following worksheets accompany Heart Rate Podcast #6 with Ellie Freeman, owner of Simply Nourished. Simply Nourished Plate Weekly Worksheet Frittata Recipe Matcha Balls Recipe The following worksheets accompany Heart Rate Podcast #7 with Ellie Freeman, part II. Serving Size Specifics Cauliflower Popcorn Cauliflower Rice and Zucchini Noodles
Diving a little deeper today because running isn't always about the running. In fact, for most of us, it's usually not about the running. Because we want you to find joy in every workout, satisfaction and pride in where you are right now, what you are doing in this day, on this run, we're sharing [...]
The IT Band is connected to the.... In an upcoming podcast, I'm going to tell you an amazing true story that will hopefully change your perspective on seeking medical help when something hurts. Between now and then, it makes sense to go ahead and start picking the low-hanging fruit: hip stability and glute [...]
Ok, I know there are going to be days when your long run is 3 hours and it’s just not.going.to.happen. Because these plans are 20 weeks long, and because they have a handful of long runs, we have naturally built in the #mother factor of #motherrunner. That's why we have created minimums for the four race [...]