Seeing yourself get faster, fitter, and leaner by doing shorter, higher-intensity runs might be just what you need.
As runners work their way up the race-ladder in hopes of one day running a half marathon, a full marathon, or maybe even an ultra-marathon, the 5k and 10k races often get tossed into the “no-longer-impressive” category.
By @progressive_calisthenics “A good warm up for the wrist is essential. Try this warm up to start conditioning your wrist. I recommend 10-15 reps. This can be done in multiple angles. You should feel some tension. Keep your elbows locked and focus on building your tolerance. @world_calisthenics_org 💪💪” via @PhotoRepost_app