Active Isolated Flexibility with Ropes!
Wednesday 12/21/2016, 7pm @ Fleet Feet Sports Madison: 8440 Old Sauk Rd.
Erik Jolivette is currently entering his second year as a distance coach at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. When runners ask him what fundamental training looks like there are three things I recommend - You must run miles, do some type of General Strength and Mobility exercises, and get a rope to do Active Isolated Flexibility. Active Isolated Flexibility. (AIF) can benefit anyone wanting to improve their range of motion, flexibility, and safely handle more miles while upping the intensity of their runs. AIF is an extremely important element that you should add to your training - it's quick and simple and athletes I coach who do it rarely get injured. If you can commit to a month of this work, you will feel better and you will run better.
Please RSVP so we know how many ropes to bring