Posts Tagged ‘hip injury’
Filed under: Anatomy and Physiology, corrective exercise, Featured
Breathing Pattern Development
by Carson Boddicker on Apr 12th, 2010
Here is a little piece that I recent wrote for my friend Kevin Neeld and his blog. Enjoy! Breathing is a critical piece of the movement equation and is one that has been almost ignored until recently. Many people simply breathe, and call it “good” if they do not suffocate, unfortunately this is far too simplistic as there is a “right” and a “wrong” way to breathe. Unfortunately, we know that the majority of people fall toward t...
Filed under: Running, strength training
Distance Runners and Hurdle Work
by Carson Boddicker on Apr 22nd, 2009
I've always been a big fan of hurdle stepping and skipping. In fact for the past year, I've programmed hurdle stepping to the tune of 2-3 times per week for myself and my athletes. Sometimes I use it to warm up and other times I use it to cool down. There are times that I'll also include it in an extended dynamic training session to replace a run. But lately, something has creeped in and made me begin to re-think it's implementation. ...
Filed under: Testing and Evaluation
Keeping Track of Your Work
by Carson Boddicker on Feb 19th, 2009
I love training logs. In fact, I collect them. I have nearly every mile, every workout, and every pain, recovery mode, or day off I have ever done written down and sitting on my bookshelf. I have bits and pieces of current and former elite athlete's logs, I have logs of jumpers, sprinters, throwers, golfers, you name it, I have it. Hell, I might even have a Captain's Log or two. But why am I so obsessed with logs? Well, they allow a l...