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Sunday, June 24, 2018

Competing at Nationals!! / USAT Collegiate Nationals 2018 / Tri/Du -Athlon Presented on US Sports Net By CoachTube!

A recap of my weekend at the USAT Collegiate National Championship in Tuscaloosa, Alabama! This weekend I went with my Triathlon Club (The University of Miami Tricanes) all the way to Tuscaloosa Alabama to compete in the USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championship! The race was originally suppose to be a triathlon (swim-bike-run), but due to strong currents and last minute adjustments the race was turned into a duathlon (run-bike-run). The distances were a 5k run, followed by a 40k bike ride, then a 5k run again. Even though we are no pros and we did not really win, it was an amazing time with the whole Tricanes Squad! Special thanks to all my team members and everybody else who raced!! ADD ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA Snapchat & Instagram @GoalKeeperDanny WHO AM I? Hi, my name is Daniel Rodriguez and I am a freshman at the University of Miami. The purpose of this channel is to prove HOW YOU CAN ENJOY LIFE WHILE GOING TO SCHOOL. My channel mainly revolves around school and lifestyle videos. In these videos I talk and give advice on certain topics regarding not only college, but high school as well. In addition, I like to show my life through videos. I do personal vlogs where I show off my life and try to make it the best it can be. Lastly my channel also contains some of my travel experiences. Keep in mind that while I record all these videos, have fun in my vlogs, and explore the world, I am a student above all.

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5 Things to Avoid to Improve Your Running Form


Running form is crucial, whether you are young or old. It helps you maintain your speed. It keeps you from wasting your energy and helps running for extended periods of time. However, there are some things you might be doing that may be keeping you from your optimal performance and may even cause injury in the long run. Let’s examine a few things that are bad form and how to correct that. Landing too Hard Whether you are 7 feet or 4 feet tall, some people land way too hard. It sounds like they are pounding the ground as their feet hit the ground. This unnecessarily increases the load your muscles have to bear for each step. Instead, focus on landing softly and rolling with your stride. There is no need to be overzealous and cause injury to yourself. Overstriding It is a common misconception that a long stride is best for running. While this might seem like a good idea, in reality it can work against you. Practice landing in your center of gravity or a bit ahead of it. This allows you to take your longest stride without overstepping and wasting too much energy or overexerting yourself.
Buttkicks Buttkicks are one of those things you might not notice you are doing. If you buttkick while running, it can look a lot like a cheerleader at a pep rally. Your feet are brought back way too far and sometimes you actually hit your butt. At the end of the day this is too much energy being spent on running. Buttkicks are better done as an exercise in place rather than incorporating it into your form. Try to decrease the amount of time your feet are spending in the air as they go back. This will decrease your energy expenditure and help you running for longer periods of time. Shuffling/Dragging your feet is quite common once you have spent a lot of your energy and you may have lost most of your willpower to keep going at this point. Shuffling can actually expend your precious energy even faster since your feet are dragging on the ground and that friction means more energy required to pull your feet through each stride. It is also easy to trip over your own feet if you are shuffling. Remain focused and maintain your form. While practicing, focus on some high knees to help with form and to strengthen those areas.
Inconsistent Cadence
As runners we all have a rhythm we keep while exercising. It is important to maintain a consistent cadence. Sometimes we listen to music while running. This can be helpful however if the beat of the song keeps changing it can greatly affect your cadence. Instead choose songs that keep similar beats and this will help your body not lose its rhythm. In short, think light, land near your center of gravity, maintain your form even if you are tired, minimize the air time of your back kick, and if you listen to music keep a steady beat! With these things in mind you will be able to avoid serious injury, and increase your performance.

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