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Forefoot Running is THE Engine of Endurance Running

Forefoot Running is THE Engine of Endurance Running

Hi everyone, I’m Brettta Riches or barefoot Bretta and I would like to welcome you to my YouTube channel Run Forefoot, where I strongly advocate and educate the performance and health benefits of forefoot running as well as barefoot running and minimalist running and I work to increase the awareness on the health-harming effects and …

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How Tendons Adapt to Endurance Training – Episode 54

How Tendons Adapt to Endurance Training – Episode 54

Tendons adapt to the loads that are placed on them but do they adapt the same to endurance training as they do to strength training? Find out in this episode. A study by Hansen published in the Journal of Applied Physiology. Looked at the effect of a habitual running program on sedentary individuals and specifically …

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Mind over muscle? Limits to Endurance Performance | Professor Samuele Marcora | Think Kent

Hello ladies and gentlemen, my name is Samuele Marcora and I am Professor of Exercise Physiology at the University of Kent in the School of Sport and Exercise Science and also member of the Endurance Research Group. Today I’m going to talk about the limits of endurance performance in humans and the basic question is, …

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The World’s Oldest Endurance Race | Western States 100

The World’s Oldest Endurance Race | Western States 100

The Western States Endurance run is one of the oldest and most legendary races in the world. Anything can happen: from 1st place to ‘did not fisnish’, it’s all possible. Total distance is 100 miles with 5000m uphill and 8000m downhill. My name is Florian Neuschwander. I am 37 years old and I’m an ultra …

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Why 26.2 miles isn’t enough for these ultra-runners | CNBC Sports

Why 26.2 miles isn’t enough for these ultra-runners | CNBC Sports

It’s about eight in the morning, where 1,800 people have gathered to run 100 kilometers. That’s more than 60 miles. I’m in Hong Kong exploring the booming growth of ultramarathons. While a normal marathon is enough of a challenge for most, more and more runners are tackling distances longer than the standard 26.2 miles. Hong …

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What Is Fartlek Training? | Running Workouts For Speed & Endurance

What Is Fartlek Training? | Running Workouts For Speed & Endurance

– It can be easy to fall into a rut with your running and sometimes, it just needs a little spicing up. Fartlek training is a great way to do this. Now I’m going to be explaining what fartlek is and more importantly how you can incorporate it into your training to help you improve …

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Homemade Safari: Incredible Drone Footage Of Serengeti Wildlife

Homemade Safari: Incredible Drone Footage Of Serengeti Wildlife

START COMM: These stunning views of Africa may look like they cost millions to produce. COMM: But they’re actually the work of a lone British photographer using a homemade helicopter drone. COMM: The device is the brainchild of Will Burrard – Lucas, who designed and built it in his own home. WILL: So this is …