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Today sees the third and concluding part of our series on Running Economy. It’s been a whistle stop tour of a complex subject. We have no doubt that we’ll be returning to the topic in time, because it has major implications for how we understand fatigue and performance, but for now, we stuck to the […]
Today sees Part II of our series on Running Economy. After spending the first two posts and discussing the , today we move onto some fundamental concepts of running economy – the physiology and biomechanics of running economy explained (partly, we hope!) I say “fundamental” with some caution, because the more one digs into this […]
we introduced a new series, Running Economy, inspired by this study, which was published just last week in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. It makes a great start to a series that we’ll build on next week, looking at the importance of running economy to performance. We must of course make the disclaimer that […]