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Running Technique Tips

Brian Martin and Lisa Biffin

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Running Technique Tips
Running Technique Tips

Running Technique Tips

Brian Martin and Lisa Biffin

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A weekly conversation between two mid-pack runners learning to master the art of running while life gets in the way.

Latest Episodes

S03: E09 - Should you train for mileage or time?

In this week's episode we talk training for time versus mileage. We discuss the benefits of both, and remember a time before GPS watches when all of our running was done to time and by feel. In other newsLisa discovers her tight calf was caused by an old injury, and is back running after a popliteus palpation. She plays it safe at Gold Coast turning spectator in the rain. Meanwhile, Brian gets in some solid threshold runs and completes a cracking 1,2,3,4,3,2,1 pyramid fartlek at 4:00 km pace off a minute jog recovery. Resources and references discussed in this episode:Tweet - training for time or mileage? Connect with Brian and Lisa: emailbrian@runningtechniquetips.comlisa@runningtechniquetips.com Blog: http://runningtechniquetips.com Brian's Running Technique BookBrian's Running Form Drills eBook and freeonline resources.Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/runningtechniquetips/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/RunningTechniqueTips/Twitter:@BrianRunCoach

49 MIN1 weeks ago
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S03: E09 - Should you train for mileage or time?

S03: E08 - Should you train your weaknesses or strengths?

In this week's episode we discuss the pros and cons of a strengths or weaknesses based approach to our training. Does it make sense to bash your head against the brick wall of weakness, or should you be skipping down the happy strengths path lined with rainbows and unicorns? Brian is hanging on to some semblance of fitness running a 20:30 parkrun on a wet Ballarat track in lieu of shirking the 10k Bundoora cross country. Meanwhile, Lisa has hit rock bottom with illness now adding insult to injury. Resources and references discussed in this episode:Brian's Ballarat parkrun result. Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument. Steve Pavlina Blog on training to your strengths. Connect with Brian and Lisa: emailbrian@runningtechniquetips.comlisa@runningtechniquetips.com Blog: http://runningtechniquetips.com Brian's Running Technique BookBrian's Running Form Drills eBook and freeonline resources.Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/runningtechniquetips/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/RunningTechniqueTips/Twitter:@BrianRunCoach

50 MIN3 weeks ago
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S03: E08 - Should you train your weaknesses or strengths?

S03: E07 - Cross country race reflections

In this week's episode Lisa finds herself compressed under the weight of life responsibilities and her own performance expectations, and is seriously considering adopting a "Brian" unstructured training approach. She competes in the Western Sydney 10km, finishing a credible 5th in 39:42, but is lacking motivation and now sidelined by another calf strain.Meanwhile, Brian is happy with his solid XC performance over the hills at St Anne's Winery. He gives a detailed recap of his 8k race, which remarkably went to plan, and reflects on the success of strategies discussed in episode 06 on how to race a cross country. Resources and references discussed in this episode:Athletics Victoria St Anne's Winery Results:XCR Round 2 Results.Lisa's 10kresults. Connect with Brian and Lisa: emailbrian@runningtechniquetips.comlisa@runningtechniquetips.com Blog: http://runningtechniquetips.com Brian's Running Technique BookBrian's Running Form Drills eBook and freeonline resources.Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/runningtechniquetips/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/RunningTechniqueTips/Twitter:@BrianRunCoach

52 MINJUN 10
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S03: E07 - Cross country race reflections

Latest Episodes

S03: E09 - Should you train for mileage or time?

In this week's episode we talk training for time versus mileage. We discuss the benefits of both, and remember a time before GPS watches when all of our running was done to time and by feel. In other newsLisa discovers her tight calf was caused by an old injury, and is back running after a popliteus palpation. She plays it safe at Gold Coast turning spectator in the rain. Meanwhile, Brian gets in some solid threshold runs and completes a cracking 1,2,3,4,3,2,1 pyramid fartlek at 4:00 km pace off a minute jog recovery. Resources and references discussed in this episode:Tweet - training for time or mileage? Connect with Brian and Lisa: emailbrian@runningtechniquetips.comlisa@runningtechniquetips.com Blog: http://runningtechniquetips.com Brian's Running Technique BookBrian's Running Form Drills eBook and freeonline resources.Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/runningtechniquetips/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/RunningTechniqueTips/Twitter:@BrianRunCoach

49 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
S03: E09 - Should you train for mileage or time?

S03: E08 - Should you train your weaknesses or strengths?

In this week's episode we discuss the pros and cons of a strengths or weaknesses based approach to our training. Does it make sense to bash your head against the brick wall of weakness, or should you be skipping down the happy strengths path lined with rainbows and unicorns? Brian is hanging on to some semblance of fitness running a 20:30 parkrun on a wet Ballarat track in lieu of shirking the 10k Bundoora cross country. Meanwhile, Lisa has hit rock bottom with illness now adding insult to injury. Resources and references discussed in this episode:Brian's Ballarat parkrun result. Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument. Steve Pavlina Blog on training to your strengths. Connect with Brian and Lisa: emailbrian@runningtechniquetips.comlisa@runningtechniquetips.com Blog: http://runningtechniquetips.com Brian's Running Technique BookBrian's Running Form Drills eBook and freeonline resources.Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/runningtechniquetips/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/RunningTechniqueTips/Twitter:@BrianRunCoach

50 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
S03: E08 - Should you train your weaknesses or strengths?

S03: E07 - Cross country race reflections

In this week's episode Lisa finds herself compressed under the weight of life responsibilities and her own performance expectations, and is seriously considering adopting a "Brian" unstructured training approach. She competes in the Western Sydney 10km, finishing a credible 5th in 39:42, but is lacking motivation and now sidelined by another calf strain.Meanwhile, Brian is happy with his solid XC performance over the hills at St Anne's Winery. He gives a detailed recap of his 8k race, which remarkably went to plan, and reflects on the success of strategies discussed in episode 06 on how to race a cross country. Resources and references discussed in this episode:Athletics Victoria St Anne's Winery Results:XCR Round 2 Results.Lisa's 10kresults. Connect with Brian and Lisa: emailbrian@runningtechniquetips.comlisa@runningtechniquetips.com Blog: http://runningtechniquetips.com Brian's Running Technique BookBrian's Running Form Drills eBook and freeonline resources.Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/runningtechniquetips/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/RunningTechniqueTips/Twitter:@BrianRunCoach

52 MINJUN 10
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S03: E07 - Cross country race reflections

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