Although the exercises to treat stroke technique, appear to relation by ' runners ', it's good to keep in mind that a little expensive and effective stroke is very useful (not to say crucial) even for a triathlete. A triathlete in training, in fact, should never miss moments dedicated to running the correct gesture in the race. Unfortunately, however, in most cases, this doesn't happen and we tend to overlook things that top athletes know to be extremely strategic and compelling.
To explain, for us to Runner's World and in collaboration with 2XU, we thought Alberto Casadei, strong specialist sporting Group Gold flames. Alberto does not surrender, during his training, to devote precious time to stroke technique exercises. As he explains in this video: 'run with heavy legs from cycling fraction is anything but simple. A good foot support rolled in during resting, dock high, the correct position of the torso, as well as the right arm swing, are a triathlete ever to be missed aspects in training'.
So here's some tutorials that Alberto offers us and which have already a great start to set a correct work on racing technique and to make the most of the last fraction of our races.
One recommendation we feel to get us to Runner's World: from a practical point of view and consider logistics enter technical exercises in exhaust, seating maybe immediately after a slow, but never in close races. The date for this type of stimuli could easily give you a tiny bit of muscle resentments, which of course in the race it is best not to have