28 Mar '15, 7pm

Podcast- Drills, Skills, and Sprinting- The role of the neural component in running

In this episode of Magness & Marcus on Coaching, we take on one of the oft-forgotten and misunderstood items in the world of running: the Neural component. Starting off with defining the CNS and motor programming in coaches speak, we take a look at how to integrate this type of work in the realm of distance running. Investigating sprinting, drills, lifting, and ploy's we try and give the listener an understanding of when we implement these items (hint: not thrown in after a workout), how much we need, and what type we need. Before ending, we get into two of my favorite topics when discussing neural work: Fatigue and priming. CNS or neural fatigue is one of the most misunderstood concepts in the endurance world. As it's a fatigue that we runners don't quite understand. We're used to feeling drained or tired after really long runs or hard workouts which give us this sensatio...

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