Nov 24, 2014
ONE STEP AHEAD: Important supplements for the low carb athlete. Plus a supplement prescription for long and/or hard endurance sessions. WORKOUT OF THE WEEK: The standing desk. Research has proven that a seated position is not conducive to physical or mental good health - it can also affect our training. Long periods of sitting act as an independent risk factor which not even 20 hours of weekly exercise will offset. HOT PROPERTY INTERVIEW - JAMES DUNNE: James Dunne of Kinetic Revolution is a Movement and Running Mechanics Specialist. Describing himself as a running coach, movement geek and sports rehab therapist he has a particular passion for identifying and correcting dysfunctional movement patterns that cause overuse injuries or impair efficiency in endurance athletes. James holds a Degree in Sport Rehabilitation and has a special interest in the Functional Biomechanics of Running.
THE GEEK-OUT: Mid foot cleat positions for cycling shoes - research shows that this change in cleat position can improve running times off the bike. 5 MINUTE FOCUS: We talk to Robert Durham of 'Revbox'. A New Zealand designed bicycle ergometer which provides athletes with a high performance training tool that has an unlimited resistance range in a compact transportable layout. It allows extremely high power output training, from very low to very high cadences, suitable for even the most powerful elite athletes.
Low Carb Supplements courtesy of Ben Greenfield Fitness at
Prof Grants blog ‘The Standing Desk Revolution’ http://profgrant.com/2014/11/11/thestanding-desk-revolution/
More about James Dunne and Kinetic Revolution at http://www.kinetic-revolution.com
Jo Friel’s Blog on midsole cleats at http://www.joefrielsblog.com/2014/11/midsole-cleatsand-pedals.html
The Revbox at http://www.revbox.co.nz/
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