Neuromuscular Fatigue after a Marathon, Runner’s World Even after that soreness is gone, you may not be back to full strength when you try to contract your muscles, because the signal from your brain gets disrupted somewhere before it gets to the muscle.
My weekly curation of miscellaneous articles on running:
Seven Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Running, Strength Running
It isn’t hard to get started running, but once you get into the swing of things, it’s easy to injure yourself or ignore little things that make you a lot better. Coach Jason Fitzgerald shares some of his secrets.
Secrets of Uninjured Runners, SKORA
We have all known the endurance athlete who never seems to become injured. There is also the athlete who has been running for three years and has spent more time injured than able to run. What does the healthy runner know that the other does not?
My weekly curation of miscellaneous article on running:
How to Build Mental Muscle, Runner’s World
New research reveals that if you really want that PR, you have to train your brain—hard.
How to Eat a Gel on The Run, Coach Caleb
The vast majority of runners are taking gels as their fuel source during long runs and races. Here is how to make that work, so you don’t choke on the gel or drop the packet.