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7 Key Takeaway Points From Our Run With Ease Workshop – Pilates Fitness Article

7 Key Takeaway Points From Our Run With Ease Workshop What an amazing running event at our Clonskeagh studio!Our Sold-out RUN WITH EASE workshop was such a success. We packed out our Clonskeagh studio on a Sunday afternoon with running enthusiasts.In case you missed it or need a refresh on some of the pointers from the day, from our Co-founder, Milena Jaksic or our Lead Physiotherapist, Ben Doyle, here are a few key things to remember for your next run.KEY…

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Our Next Running Event Is Happening on November 10th – Pilates Fitness Article

Our Next Running Event Is Happening on November 10th Want to be a better runner? Want to run pain-free, injury-free and avoid burnout? Come and join our interactive workshop.Come and join our interactive running workshop at our Clonskeagh studio.CONDITIONING TO RUNSunday NOV 102 – 3.30pm Come in your trainers, ready to learn and try out our proven tips, tricks and methods.Tickets, €25 on EVENTBRITE@ our Clonskeagh studioLearn more about functional movement and biomechanical inefficiencies.Learn strategies to run faster, stronger and longerLearn…

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Maintaining Strength In CrossFit After Your Strength Cycle » Science for Fitness – Fitness Article

Maintaining Strength In CrossFit After Your Strength Cycle » Science for Fitness A very common question I receive from athletes who have just completed a dedicated strength cycle is how they can maintain their strength gains when they go back to CrossFit. This question arises because the athlete notes correctly that peak levels of strength attained while strength training cannot be maintained when, in the case of CrossFit, programming seeks development of nine skills sets in addition to strength. So,…

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5 RUNNING STRENGTH TRAINING MYTHS – Running Fitness Article

There are many known benefits of distance runners performing regular strength & conditioning exercise as part of their training cycle. These include reduced running related injury risk and improvements in performance. However despite a growing awareness of the value of strength and conditioning for distance runners, there remains several key myths that runners have regarding strength training. These myths often prevent runners from incorporating strength & conditioning work into their training routine. The key myths are outlined in the below…

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