Leapfrog Athletics Presents: Coach Matt on Video: Here Coach Matt goes over WHY you should incorporate a Warm Up into all of your training runs and workouts. We also discuss the number 1 mistake athletes make while warming up.
Leapfrog Athletics Presents Fall Triathlon Clinic: 10 Session Beginner/Intermediate Triathlon Clinic Training for Sprint Distance Triathlon Space is Limited! Register Today. Race Specific Training for the Marco Island Sprint Triathlon. October 5, 2014 Where: Horizon Beach & “On The Course” in Marco Island. When: Weekly, July 27th-Sept. 21st (Detailed Schedule Below) 8-9:30a.m. Cost: The clinic […]
Leapfrog Athletics Video. Here Coach Matt demonstrates a “4 Count Crunch” to help athletes learn “How To” breath while running. We talk about INCREASING Lung Capacity and Slowing THE RATE of Breath. Practicing this technique will help you to increase both your speed and endurance capabilities.
Here Coach Matt talks about what to do during your run to increase both your speed and endurance capacity. Taking Inventory is a 4 step thought process to help keep you aware of your run mechanics.
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Here is a Re-Cap of what happened last week at Leapfrog Athletics 5k Training. As you’ll read, we are more then just a run workout!! Each week at pratice we break running down into key fundamentals and coach athletes of all levels with specific workouts/techniques to make everyone a faster, more efficient runner. Don’t […]
Coach Matt explains the Leapfrog Athletics’ Signature Workout & 5K Training. Don’t miss out on the fun! Sign up here!
Race Strategy Careful training may be the blocks with which a great race day performance is built, but if you don’t cement your race with a solid race-day strategy, it’s easy for all those visions of a PR to come tumbling down. Leapfrog Athletics works with each athlete to build a race day plan. From how to […]
Running should be fun, right? That’s what we think at Leapfrog Running. Sure, we believe in working hard and pushing our limits, but we also adhere to the belief that running injury-free is more important than running until you puke—and that a personal record (PR) can often be achieved by running smarter, not just running […]