La souffrance est à la hauteur de l’effort. Le retour à la normal après ce marathon est plus dur que prévu avec des petits pépins physiques mais je connais déjà mon prochain challenge : courir le Marathon en moins de 3h30! La volonté et la passion sont là, il ne reste plus qu’à enchaîner les entraînements! Des conseils pour récupérer après un marathon sans trop perdre de puissance, vitesse et fitness? 🏃🏽 The pain is representative of the effort. The recovery from this first marathon has been more complex than expected with some physical troubles but I already have in mind the next challenge : running the marathon in less than 3hrs30! My willingness and passion are here, I just need to get those miles in! Any advice about post marathon recovery? I am concerned about not losing too much speed, power and fitness!
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Hallo zusammen.. heute war wieder laufen auf dem Programm..8,5 KM.. und dabei viel gequatscht 🤣😂hat aber viel Spass mit @leni7992 gemacht.. Wetter war Top.. Gleich geht's auf die KIWO😍
Today is my 1 year runiversary (yes I'm celebrating!!) I'm sooo proud of myself who would've thought that 1 year ago when my mother in law asked me to do a run with her it would turn into this crazy addiction. Running has taught me that I am capable of so much more that I ever imaged. Running has taught me more about myself and my body than I ever thought a sport would do. Running also has helped me set and accomplish so many goals I never thought I'd set for myself! So here's to the past year of countless miles, sweat and ever tears at times. The times my mind has had to push my body where I didn't know it could go, and the times I did stop and used it as motivation to keep going the next time. So thank you to everyone who has watched me on this journey and pushed me to be better!! 11-5k's (tonight will be 12) PR-27:26
1-half marathon PR-2:36:00 #run#runnerslife#runner#runnersofinstagram#girlrunner#runningmotivation#runningislife
Elevate your glute bridge- literally! Strong glutes are key to injury prevention for runners, and are especially protective of the hip and the knees if the muscle can grow and absorb more of the running load.
If you’ve been doing glute bridges for a while on the floor, and have worked up to a cross-legged and then a one-legged bridge, here’s a few ways to add a challenge.
1️⃣Video 1 uses a Bosu ball. The uneven surface adds a challenge for balance and forces you to focus on holding extra tension in the body. You can use the same progressions as you would on the floor, all demonstrated here in order.
2️⃣Video 2 shows the exercise ball variation. This one is killer on the hamstrings! It’s much for difficult to maintain balance than the Bosu ball, and it truly makes a huge difference. You can start with your legs straight to get a feel for it and then work through the progressions as you gain strength.
Hope these help! If you try these or if you’ve done them before, let me know how you like them!