We share with you all the secret tips for better performance: how to train better, how to avoid injuries, how to recover faster and many other useful tricks.
<p><span style="color: #181818;"><span style="color: #141823;">We share with you all the secret tips for better performance: how to train better, how to avoid injuries, how to recover faster and many other useful tricks.</span></span></p> <pre></pre>
In order to make the best of each running session it’s highly recommended to have an adequate equipment. From running shoes (which are the most important running gear for an athlete) to the perfect clothes to wear depending on how much you will run, where will you run (indoor or outdoor), how the weather conditions are and what season is.
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The choice you make between running on a treadmill or running outside is pretty much dependent on your preferences. However, if you are looking for a more high resistance power workout then running outdoors is your deal, but if you are looking for ease of use and convenience, then maybe you are more of a treadmill workout person! Either ways, the benefits of both, running on a treadmill and running outdoors are quite similar, but we believe that the treadmill is too boring. Also, the nature has a great impact on you!
The latest in training science indicates that it is best to use dynamic stretching as a part of your warmup to improve efficiency and reduce injury risk, and static stretching after your workout to improve long-term flexibility.
Dynamic stretching involves motions like lunges that move your joints through their range of motion, without holding the stretch. A proper workout with dynamic stretching will increase your effective range of motion during your workout. This means that you can run faster by having better power through a longer stride. This also means that when your muscle gets unexpectedly violently stretched (ie slipping), your muscle can more easily handle the stretch to the edges of your range of motion.
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