This is the final installment of my series on Posture. A few weeks ago, I describedposture as the absolute need for stability.
“It is from stability that all healthy movement is derived.”
Added by Jesse James Retherford on September 26, 2011 at 5:23pm — No Comments
Last week i did my best half marathon ever, i lower my last year time in 10 minutes ( 2:03 to 1:53 ).. that a lot for me. how i did it ? forefoot strike, eric programms (i took the 8 week programm) and advices. And i´m not a big atlethe.. so if u think u can´t.. you are wrong.. we are born to run :)
Added by Leonardo Perez on September 26, 2011 at 9:19am — No Comments
Last week I demonstrated that the foot is the foundation of your posture (see: Injury Prevention Begins at your Foot). In the article I discussed the role of the feet in providing stability and mobility for the body and gave examples of corrective exercises to build strength, stabilization, and mobility in the…Continue
Added by Jesse James Retherford on September 20, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Over the past couple of weeks, I talked about What is Posture - the fundamental need for stabilization to provide healthy movement; and You Cannot Control Your Posture - postural control does not come from conscious thought. This brings up an obvious question. How do you train postural control? The answer is by…Continue
Added by Jesse James Retherford on September 12, 2011 at 3:38pm — No Comments
I tell my athletes, everyone has negative thoughts; it is what we do with the negative thoughts that separate the elite thinkers from the average thinkers in sport. This is important to understand. We all have negative thoughts, no one is immune. The first step is to understand this and realize avoidance is not the target. And, when we do have these thoughts it doesn’t mean we are not mentally strong. The mentally strong have trained and perfected how to respond to challenging times,…Continue
Great podcast interview with Eric and the guys at www.ultrarunnerpodcast.com
Added by Jesse James Retherford on September 8, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments
I am beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel. I ran just over seven miles today on my favorite trails near my house in preparation for an upcoming Xterra 15K Trail Run and I can see definite improvement! I can feel myself getting stronger and my calves felt less taxed and far less sore than previous runs. Eric's plan works and I am so excited by the results I am seeing!
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