During this 26-minute interview with Sadie Nardini, a top NYC yoga teacher whose endurance-building breathing techniques have been featured in Runner’s World and Men’s Health, you’ll discover …
- Why your current breathing style while running is likely stimulating anxiety and multiplying your risk of hyperventilation.
- The simple secret to using “literal eye focus” that makes it easy to relieve stress and ward off fatigue on your longest runs.
- The exact time to stretch so you can skyrocket your stamina almost magically … without even running a single stride.
Right click and select “Save Target As” to download, or click here to play the interview.
Also, be sure to check out Sadie’s videos below. The first one shows you how to breath properly while running. The other one demonstrates how you can build core strength and transform your abs.
Sadie also has has a two-part video series titled “Yoga for Your Marathon.” You can view Part 1 here and Part 2 here.
Up until about 5 minutes ago, I thought it was a challenge to schedule my training runs around work and caring for my two kids (a 3-year-old daughter and an 8-month-old son). Then I came across this article in Runner’s World about a couple who trained for and completed the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon in San Diego — and they have sextuplets!
I’m sure I have triple the time to train that this couple has. For me, it’s inspirational to see how much of a priority running is for this family. In addition, I think it shows the therapeutic effect running can have on your mind and body.
Running is truly magical!
After receiving a suggestion a couple of days ago on Twitter to consider recycling my surplus of old running shoes, I began wondering how much my running impacts the planet.
As an overall rule, I think most runners are mindful of their surroundings. Of course, as in any activity, there are a select few who ignore their responsiblities and blatantly toss a gel packet to the ground or a water bottle into nearby bush.
A Google search led me to this article that details the environmental impact of running. It truly opened my eyes and gave me some ideas I never considered.
For more information on how to be a greener runner, you can also check out this article in Runner’s World.
As for me, I think I’ll soon take a trip to the nearest Nike Reuse-A-Shoe site.