Run with Balance, Control and Skill: The Awesomiser





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Published on Sep 10, 2018

If you want one simple exercise to help you look better, feel better and run faster and longer with less injury, then look no further. The Awesomiser is here.

Work on the specific flexibility and control needed to run like a world class athlete. Toe flexibility, ankle control, running posture, hip flexibility and control, upper body posture, practice your running form, all at the same time.

First, nail the setup by turning to your lead leg.
1. Stretch the hip, rock back to release the hamstring, all the while learn how to let your hip travel forward over a connected leg for passive stability and control in running.

2. Rock forward up and off the toes. Learn the sensation of a soft foot, mobilize the toes and learn ankle control. Master the most appropriate track of the foot for running and toe-off.

3. Open and close the hips for hip control and flexibility whilst standing.

4. For Bonus points integrate the upper body onto the lower body and master balance and control.

While doing the Awesomeiser you can learn to relax the shoulders and figure out where to put your hands when you run and get comfortable with a great running posture and running form.

Runners that master the Awesomiser, run faster, look better and get injured less.

I mention Dr. Mark Cucuzella's book "Run For Your Life"
The link to his website is here: http://runforyourlifebook.com
Buy his book, he is one of the most trusted and respected figures in the Running World.

The Clip of Eliad Kipkoge is from the NatGeo Channel and can be found here: https://youtu.be/V2ZLG-Fij_4 it is well worth the watch.

I mention the "Penguin Video" https://youtu.be/74a17Ou_jb0


"Angel to Zombie" video or "How to Control your Center of Mass "https://youtu.be/f6SqrG-n-eo


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