Crossfit Strong Island

Forging Elite Fitness

Posted by crossfitstrongisland on June 19, 2009

 

 

 

Pose Running

 

 

Pose Running

 

 

Running should be easy, effortless, smooth and flowing. We have all seen and heard the heavy runner who pounds away on a gym treadmill. That runner is only as good as his change of support and that the runner should have a very high cadence – not a long, extended stride length. In pose running, the key is to maximise your effort in removing your support foot from the ground; good training is essential to ensure that you don’t over-stride or create excessive vertical oscillation.
The runner should fall forwards, changing support from one leg to the other by pulling the foot from the ground, allowing minimum effort and producing minimum braking to this body movement. The idea is to maximise the use of gravity to pull the runner forward.

Today’s WOD:

 4 rds. each for time of:

•800 m. run

*2 min rest between rounds

Energy Systems
The Sumo Deadlift
Results of low-carb, higher fat diets
Targeting Belly Fat

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