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What to do when you are coming back from a long lay off, be it from injury, circumstances, life or lack of motivation? Can you drive straight back into your training? What should you do and what should you not do when you come back to running after a long absence? Sports Scientist Devlin Eydin gives you the answers in this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast.
How do you go about determining what is your Threshold Heart Rate? Why is it important? How does it affect your training? Should you use Maximum Heart Rate or Threshold Heart Rate in your training? The answers from Lindsey Parry in this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast.
Foam Rolling is very much part of your recovery. However many runners are not sure how to do it correctly and when they should be doing it. In this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast, Sports Scientist, Devlin Eydin, explains how and when to use Foam Rolling in your recovery process.
Have you just undergone surgery and are not able to run? Are you looking for ways in which to maintain your fitness until such a time as you can go and run again? What options do you have that won't negatively affect your rehabilitation? Sport Scientist, Devlin Eyden has the answers in this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast.
Is it concerning that your urine is dark after a long run? Your urine sample will show very quickly if you are hydrated or dehydrated. This has enormous impact on your training and racing. Sport Scientist, Shona Hendricks explains all about hydration in this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast.
Is it hot and humid where you are? Do you struggle to do your training sessions under those conditions? How does heat and humidity affect the intensity of your workouts? Should you push through and follow the programme if it is very hot and humid or should you back off? The answers in this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast with Sport Scientist, Lindsey Parry.
Are you comfortably exceeding the pace your training program stipulates? Should you now go faster? What is the difference between a comfortable session and an easy session? Sport Scientist, Devlin Eydin has the answers right here on the Ask Coach Parry Podcast
Are you looking at your nutrition for your running? Are you, like many others, contemplating or even practicing intermittent fasting? Is this something you should include in your nutrition plan? Sport Scientist, Shone Hendricks explains all you need to know about intermittent fasting in this episode of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast.
Are you struggling to hit your Heart Rate Target Zones? Do you find that you are only keep your HR low if you run around a track? How does that impact on your race preparation if you are not going to be racing on the track? What can you do to make sure that you keep your easy runs very easy and your HR low? Sport Scientist, Shone Hendricks explains in this episode of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast
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