Lesson learnt || Learn whilst running

Faster runners don’t have as much variation in their form. Running “fast” requires you to be more efficient, so you likely won’t see aggressive heel strikes, slow cadences, poor posture, and excess movement. One of the (many) reasons these runnesr are fast is because they’re efficient. They have a high running economy that wastes less energy at higher speeds. That sounds like a great free lesson right there doesn’t it? That’s what I mean with learning on the run. And it is more simple than you think. When we fail to actually learn, it’s often for one of two different reasons: ·

we didn’t start – we procrastinate ·

we stopped – we were distracted To actually learn, we must be able to minimize procrastination and distraction. But before we delve into specific techniques that might lend themselves to this purpose, it’s worth taking a step back and considering why we’re so good at procrastination and distraction in the first place. Ultimately, there are many reasons for this. One of the most important: Learning is a process with a delayed reward (-> “delayed gratification”)Thanks for listening do share it with someone who you feels could use today’s message, my name is Heiko. God bless you and remember, take it easy. SHOWNOTES: What does this mean for your running? Here some useful links. Your “how to do it” run streak Run 365 Days: Your 365 Day Run Streak Brain Training For Runners’: Your Mental Guide To Better Running. Improve your discipline Accountability Coach. Add swimming to your run Become a better swimmer. Follow us on INSTAGRAM. Follow us on TWITTER. Follow us on YouTube. More about your HOST. Train your BRAIN become a better runner. Get in touch: makeeverystep@gmail.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

newsletter signup

Get notified about updates and be the first to get early access to new episodes.

Latest Podcatsts