The INNER CORE, BLADDER & RUNNING. The faster we run, the more force is applied. Sprinters can hit up to 4 times their body weight each time the foot lands. Slower running will be about 2-3 times your body weight. Body mechanics also play a part. Someone who lands with their foot out in front of them instead of under their center of mass will have higher force production. So how does it affect the prenatal/postnatal mom? We’ll I was reminded I’m still a mom who suffered issues postpartum (prolapse) after feeling great for 8+ years. A couple weeks ago I attempted to FULL out sprint a 200m run (like 5-7 sec faster than I do in repeats) Haven’t tried “All Out” since high school and loved it despite my ending! Now keep in mind, I’ve slowly worked my way up over the years to get the body/core/pelvic floor to tolerate higher speeds without you know..the bladder leaking. Yep, I’m being honest here. I don’t usually have problems. But that all out 200m I did. I had to slow down the last 20m to avoid the leak and it still happened 😬😳 So what does that mean? Well, I’m human and I know it would have been different if I worked up to that speed a little more gradual. It’s not a regular occurrence (that would signal a different issue) Sprinting demands a lot of the body. I know I can handle about 90% of my top speed with no problems at all. The core needs to be activated and functioning well to begin with and then we can build on tolerating higher speeds/forces. Guess I have a little more work to do 😉 ha! .
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Try as you may, folks, you just can’t outrun your fork...
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Back and biceps done!
The hiit portion of this workout was hardcore for me.
It’s funny, what we do well with one week we may struggle with the next.
This doesn’t mean progress isn’t happening or your abilities are failing. Life is a roller coaster y’all. What fun would a roller coaster be if the tracks didn’t have some dips, twists and turns? Other than not making me nauseated lol, not much fun right?
Lord help me though, my legs are still sore from leg day and I need to run tonight 😜
Do something for yourself today, even if it’s 5 minutes. Allot some you time for some self care.
You deserve it don’t you?
• People who shine from within don’t need the spotlight •
Morning long run was a success!!! What started out rough turned in to a feel good mood. This baby has been so accepting with all my running that I can’t help but smile.
And to think up until 22 Weeks I was battling all day sickness; It’s amazing how strong I remained and continued to work with my body and flaws of pregnancy.
It’s not about being the best rather than making the best outcome for each situation. With saying that, I have conquered many goals during pregnancy and it’s pretty awesome what we are able to do. Running during pregnancy is not for everyone but if you have the will power to do then you should always be proud. For me, it’s not getting any easier at this point but my body can keep doing, God willing.
Never doubt your worth or the beauty of your truth. Just keep shining like you always do🔥
And Sunday Runday was brought to you by a chill 9.6 Slow & Easy Recovery Run🙌🏼