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Good day and welcome to another great edition of About Lifting specials; again your host for this evening; Iron Thumb. On today’s episode we will examine two photo specimens. I want you to be honest with yourselves and make a grown up decision of whi
This is a follow up article on Time Trials in Training: Run Alone or in a Group? My early days with Coach Dennis Barrett were always in a group to simulate a race condition. Some of us didn’t use starting blocks because our Club only owned two! As an
I suspect this may not be the answer you were hoping for, but here it is. Based on your question, I am going to assume that you are still learning some techniques and that you have not yet reached a level of advanced proficiency at the guitar, and th
When breaking into the world of competitive or recreational running, you may be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of shoes you can buy or may be confused about where to start. With a little knowledge about the types and categories of running shoes, nav
Last November, news broke that Rita Jeptoo, the three-time winner of the Boston marathon had tested positive for EPO. Photo: AP Last November, on the eve of the New York City Marathon, the running world received some shocking news: Rita Jeptoo, the t
100m Top 10 List for 2001-2011: Number 10 is Richard Thompson who ran a 9. 85 sec 100m on 13th August 2011 on his home country track in Port of Spain. It was a National record for his home country
The Jamaican superstar won gold at both 100m and 200m at the 2008 and 2012 Olympics, the first man in history to claim the sprint double at consecutive Games. He also won 4x100m relay gold at both Games, and will attempt to win three golds for the th
Several weeks ago I wrote a post reviewing a study on Christophe Lemiatre and what makes him so darn fast. The study was conducted by French professor JB Morin; an incredible researcher in the field of sprint biomechanics and speed development. JB wa
Video of human running action Running is a method of terrestrial locomotion allowing humans and other animals to move rapidly on foot. Running is a type of gait characterized by an aerial phase in which all feet are above the ground (though there are