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Beginner Runner Village

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MFR 126:  Running Documentary The Human Race and Much More
Yes, I’m back. I know, you probably thought you’d never hear another episode, but surprise, I’ve just finished three, and I have plans for at least another nine. After the main topic of this podcast, the documentary film I helped to make, I’ll explain more about the future of this podcast. It’s in your hands. I’ve been talking about the Human Race running documentary for years, now, but it has finally happened. The film premiered in LA in June and soon, you’ll all have an opportunity to see it. We’re hoping for a premiere in the Tampa Bay area in December and worldwide distribution is set for January.  The post MFR 126: Running Documentary The Human Race and Much More appeared first on Mojo for Running.
MFR 120:  One Foot at a Time
It’s the little things that often have the greatest impact, and so it is with the concept of focusing on the fact that when running, you are always, 100 percent of the time, putting the full weight of your body on just one foot or the other. Oddly, you don’t hear much about this, and if you go to the gym, you’ll notice that most people are doing exercises with both feet firmly planted on the floor.  Think about it. Doesn’t it make more sense to stand on just one leg at a time, imitating, or more closely imitating, the running stride?  Keep this simple concept top of mind, all the time, when cross training, and you’ll be able to make minor changes, choose different exercises, or different ways to perform exercises, different activities, or different ways to perform the activities you perform regularly. It won’t require major changes, but it will pay major benefits. In this episode, I discuss all the elements that come into play and how to change your activities to improve muscle balance, decrease injuries, and benefit your running performance. Perhaps most significant is that you’ll feel better, more even, more stable, and stronger, when you run because your running form will, naturally, be improved, increasing your comfort level. The post MFR 120: One Foot at a Time appeared first on Mojo for Running.
Day 10: Evaluation and Implementation – BRV 045
This is it! You’ve been learning about what to do for nine days. Think of this as graduation day, the day you get the last, but most critical, piece of the puzzle. Today, you find out exactly what you should do, and I mean you, personally, should do on Day 1 of your running journey. Today, is you diagnostic run. In this podcast, I explain what to do to find out how far you should run during each running segment of your walk to run mile, which is the distance you should start with.  I also explain how to progress from there, the three variables, and the details regarding the decisions you’ll be making in deciding what to change and when.  I’m excited for you because this is, of all the secrets I’ve imparted, perhaps the most crucial one, because if you try to start your running training with too much, you’ll likely never succeefd The post Day 10: Evaluation and Implementation – BRV 045 appeared first on Mojo for Running.
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Sep 10th, 2013
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Sep 23rd, 2018
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