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Run Seminar in London Ontario

Run Seminar in London Ontario

posted by Brandon

Get Healthy – Stay Healthy – Run Fast! Join me and Rob Thomaes this Saturday at Moksha Yoga London for our RUN SEMINAR! You will RUN away thankful you came.

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ReActive Hosts Run Clinic Wednesday Evening

ReActive Hosts Run Clinic Wednesday Evening

posted by Brandon

Have you ever wanted more than 5 minutes to ask a health care professional your burning running questions? How about a health care professional that is also Kona Ironman? 

Running Drills

Shin Grab Drill

Shin Grab Drill

posted by Brandon

This is a great drill for glute mobility. Raise your right knee to your chest using your hands while doing your best to stay tall. Get up on your toe once  Full Article »

Training

What Is Your Favorite Post Run Exercise?

What Is Your Favorite Post Run Exercise?

posted by Brandon

We are in the midst of creating a post-run routine for young, old, fast, and middle-of-the-packers. This is merely a preliminary list, and we would like to know if you  Full Article »

Training

Winter Running: The Upside

Winter Running: The Upside

posted by Brandon

For a lot of folks, the winter months can prove difficult to perform the quality workouts needed to feel confident about their fast approaching spring races. Do not fret. These  Full Article »

Training

Form and Speed in 10 minutes

Form and Speed in 10 minutes

posted by Brandon

If you are lacking foot speed and the ability to run efficiently, this is an important article for you to read. Similarly, if you want to run faster, stay healthy,  Full Article »

Training

To Run on the Sidewalk or the Road?

To Run on the Sidewalk or the Road?

posted by Brandon

Most folks run from their homes, which are located downtown or in suburbia. Either way, unless you choose to drive to a nearby trailhead most runners have to choose between  Full Article »

Running Drills

Straight Leg Bounds Drill [VIDEO]

Straight Leg Bounds Drill [VIDEO]

posted by Chan

Straight Leg Bounds help to increase stride length. It also serves as a means to activate the ankles, glutes, and hip flexors. The goal is to land on the balls  Full Article »

Training

Get Quick With This Mini Hurdle Routine

Get Quick With This Mini Hurdle Routine

posted by Chantelle

Mini-Hurdles typically come in sets of 12 and are the following heights 6”, 9” or 12”.  Be sure to evaluate your athletes (or yourself) and choose a height that is  Full Article »

Training

Speed for Endurance Athletes

Speed for Endurance Athletes

posted by Bob

As a sprint coach I’m frequently being asked by endurance athletes, “how do I get faster?”  The most honest answer I can give is, “you should have picked your parents  Full Article »

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