Protein batch tested in line with World Anti Doping Agency guidelines?! With no hidden nasties?! Big thanks to ‘Uncle Fitz’ @fitzlifestyletraining & @optimumnutrition_uk for the Gold standard whey & BCAAs. I get most of the protein in my diet from food but I do like protein smoothies/porridge & pancakes for breakfast 🐷😍
We all run for different reasons, a clearer mind, a faster time, freedom, friendship or simply for fun! Whatever your reason there are always ways to improve and bring out the very best version of yourself, seek knowledge and progress.. that’s what I try to do everyday and share as much as I can on here! Was lucky to make this cool video with @prodirectrunning, featuring up coming athletes @charlottewingfield @[email protected]_kaishow and of of course I pop up now and then! 😜 They have a great competition to win £300, link is in my bio. Check it out, oh it’s better with the sound on too! 🔊 What can you achieve in 2018??
@taylored2jump became the world champion for the third time when he won the World Championships in London last year with a jump of 17,68 (58 feet 0,06 inches). Amazing performance by the double Olympic champion! 🚀💥🔥
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SWIPE RIGHT to see why proper posture alignment plays a major role in Top Speed. This was captured during @cheynr_42 first session. Last week’s post talked about posture and how it effects acceleration, but take a look at the before and after video of this post and see how posture effects your ability to run fast at maximum velocity. When your upper body is leaning forward it causes your foot cycle to be inefficient. You will end up having a lot of backside mechanics ( foot high behind your butt ) and the path of the foot will move from high behind you to down and in front of you. And in Cheyne’s case it can cause a heavy heel strike, which is a hard breaking motion. After Cheyne improved his posture, it was much easier to bring his knees up in front which allowed him to have a much more efficient foot path. The foot now begins to move backward creating a foot strike that is powerful and faster off the ground due to it landing underneath his Center of Mass. Great change for one session!