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Autor komentarza: Charlie
Dodany: 2013-01-25 03:50:50
Sue, it is slow at first, and feels very strange. But once you get used to it, it stops seenimg like a shuffle and you regain your speed as the different muscles develop and your body learns to run this way. To answer your question, Is a slow shuffle better than trying to take longer strides? , I'd say that the slow shuffle is less likely to leave you injured, and in time will no longer be slow (or feel like a shuffle).While I'm sure there are some people whose optimal cadence is something far lower than 180, it's not a number that I just randomly came up with. I think I first heard of it from Jack Daniels, and he teaches it because it's the cadence that most elite marathoners have.Last thing there's nothing magical about 180. Many top runners have even higher cadence than this, and I'm sure some have slightly lower. 180 is just a convenient figure to use; the point is to be in that general range.
Autor komentarza: Melissa
Dodany: 3790-06-28 13:08:48
You've hit the ball out the park! Irncedible!


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