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Transitional Running

Sports, recreation, and life share many common themes. One, in particular, is transitional in nature. For instance, when it comes to running faster, it requires a transition from quick feet to stride length and frequency. Or, transitioning a resistance – such as a light weight – between upper and lower extremities.

Transitional Running:

Place 3 cones 5 yards apart. Stand at the first cone and perform a high frequency stepping over your ankles circular motion – emphasizing short, quick arm movements to maintain balance. At the second cone, transition to a high knee action to the third cone, where you transition to a slight forward lean into a 5-yard sprint.

Remember, you should always consult your physician before beginning any exercise, diet, or nutritional supplementation program.