DON’T SLOW DOWN (TOO MUCH)

Men's Health (South Africa) - - HEALTH + WELLNESS -

Not ev­ery­one will have Bisogno’s drive and years of base train­ing back­ground, but that shouldn’t stop you from mak­ing things hap­pen. Hin­ton sug­gests: 1/ Get Ex­cited Shake up the rou­tine and try some­thing new, take on a chal­lenge, sign up to a run­ning club, or make a bet with friends. 2/ Splurge In­vest in some good equip­ment. Ex­pert ad­vice will in­crease your ef­fi­ciency and re­duce your chance of be­com­ing in­jured . 3/ Take it Easy Fo­cus on go­ing long and far. Pace your­self over the climbs, keep­ing your av­er­age heart rate be­low 70% of MHR. 4/ Stay Ag­ile Em­pha­sise neu­ro­mus­cu­lar co­or­di­na­tion: the abil­ity of the cen­tral ner­vous sys­tem to con­trol mus­cles. Func­tional move­ments, like body weight squats, and hand-eye co­or­di­na­tion drills will help.

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