Thinking Of Training For A Triathlon? You Need These Postural Top Tips First
Is it time to up your game and find your training powerhouse? To compete in a triathlon you need, strength, stability, endurance, power and speed. All three disciplines in a triathlon, swimming, cycling and running, require the body to undergo a certain amount of time in different postures, using different muscles and skillsets. That’s three different postures in the sagittal plane that could increase the risk of postural imbalances, muscle strain and overuse injuries. This is where Reformer Pilates comes in. Pilates on the reformer can be used as a form of rehabilitation (body maintenance and injury prevention) and can be a fundamental addition to an athletes training programme. 1. SWIM It’s a tough start to the race, but follow these tips to make this part of the triathlon easier for you so that you can efficiently utilise your energy. The shoulders are usually the most problematic during the swim as that’s where we hold most tension, but, increasing your mid-back…
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