Running cadence can be the single biggest way to improve your running. Here’s how.
If there is one lesson that recreational runners can learn from the world’s best, is the leg speed at which we turnover our legs during running. Knowing your cadence and improving it can mean big changes to you running.
Start with knowing your cadence by doing the following:<
Sanlam Cape Town Marathon ambassadors, Francois Pienaar and Elana Meyer, turned out for a Captain’s Challenge training run in the False Bay Nature Reserve today, leading a group of committed runners and supporters around a scenic 10km route along the shores of Zeekoevlei and around the Strandfontein Birding Area.
Pienaar instituted the Captain’s Challenge two months ago, when
A strong field of Nedbank runners are expected to perform well at the upcoming South African Cross Country Champs held in Potchefstroom next month. All eyes will be on the Senior Men, especially after their recent superb performances at the Central Gauteng (CGA) Cross Country Champs held at the Kagiso Sports Complex, as well as at the Slow Mag Beat Your Slump 10km road race, says Siyaya Khoza, coach at the N
You’ll soon discover a different version of yourself as you get fitter. You’ll start feeling energised from running, and as you manage to cover longer distances, your confidence will improve.
- Elana van Zyl-Meyer (Ambassador for the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon and former Olympic silver medallist)