Great Running Technique

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  • Fish wallop monkey hockey inhalation increasing and mouse potato jibberish fingers
  • Ricky Bennison wrote (see)

    Body posture can be an accurate indication of whether inhalation is increasing or lessening. For the reason that when you look at a bodies posture what you are seeing is physicaly linked to that bodies internal functions. Due to this link certain functions and forms of body posture are typicialy concurrent with certain functions and forms of internal body function. 

    The torso being arched forward and the stomach pushing forward are both typicaly concurrent with an increase of inhalation.


    are you saying

    stand up straight and you will breathe better?

  • Actually, I think not. He appears to be saying that bend forward and stick your stomach out and you'll breathe more

    Now that's an attractive posture (NOT!)

  • you think so?

    hmmm maybe Ricky could you show us a non pottery related link that will explain what you mean

  • Ricky Bennison wrote (see)

    Body posture can be an accurate indication of whether inhalation is increasing or lessening. For the reason that when you look at a bodies posture what you are seeing is physicaly linked to that bodies internal functions. Due to this link certain functions and forms of body posture are typicialy concurrent with certain functions and forms of internal body function. 

    The torso being arched forward and the stomach pushing forward are both typicaly concurrent with an increase of inhalation.

    http://www.crestock.com/images/700000-709999/703669-xs.jpg

  • McBoodMcBood ✭✭✭

    Hi Ricky B,

    I recognise your writing style from an email I just got. Is it true what you say that I've just won the Nigerian lottery?

  • Do we have a full moon all week??     I think I am in the twiglet zone at the moment  image
  • NamNam ✭✭✭
    Ricky Bennison wrote (see)

    I have to say Nam thats a strange looking vase. Yes the torso posture is concurrent with an increase of inhalation. The torso is arched forward and the stomach is pushing forward both of which are concurrent with an increase of  inhalation.

    http://www.runnersworld.co.uk/members/images/548882/Gallery/runnerstrange.jpg



    Personally I thought it looked a lot more like Ricky Gervais doing the "Office" dance!
  • Tom.Tom. ✭✭✭
    Rick,y you are just saying the same thing over and over and over again. You're not listening or responding to the sensible arguements being put forward here.

    Of more concern however is that you're not responding to the piss taking either!

    You really are an idiot, aren't you?
  • Maybe this style works for hunchbacks.....
  • Ricky your style of running will it make me a better runner?

    If so how and can you prove it?

  • Hello Ricky are you there?
  • I'm loving this thread, best laugh I've had all week!
  • I like the idea of RW recruiting idiots to the forum for our entertainment image

       

    Thank you  Catherine.

  • The front foot&toes running technique is a superior running technique. For the vast majority of people it will increase there running ability in all regards. It is not however a magic wand and willpower is still the most essential component to improvement. People will improve based upon there own personal endeavours.

    Whether that is applicable to you goldbeetle only you can decide.

  • NamNam ✭✭✭

    AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH......

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  • hee, hee, hee, hee.........I can't stop laughing.  image  Stop it Ricky please...it hurts to laugh so much! image

  • well, given that no-one has found any trace of your "own personal endeavours" having resulted in any kind of success (or even participation) as a runner, one has to conclude that it isn't applicable to you Ricky.....
  • I've just had a go at applying it to walking, as suggested earlier in this thread.  I'd recommend it if you want to attract attention in the street.  image
  • It's amazing.  He seems to let the abuse just wash over him.  Is he so thick skinned that he doesn't realise we're poking fun at him?  Or maybe he's one of those quiet types who takes the abuse for years then suddenly takes his revenge by rampaging through the forum with an automatic weapon, mowing down forumites... image

  • NamNam ✭✭✭

    it's like the lights are on but nobody's home and the record skips... image

    *observes Vicky tiptoing most bizarrly with enhanced inhalation*

  • Ricky you have not answered the question

    prove that your theory is a superior form of running technique, you know written data, scientific review, video evidence

    The only thing you have shown us is 2500 year old pottery and your assurance tht its superior

    PROVE IT RICKY! GO ON DARE YA

  • I recommend people give front foot&toes running technique a go. See how they get on.

  • NamNam ✭✭✭

    I think you might have mentioned that already? image

    Just saying...

  • OK, who is going to volunteer to try it out in their next race and see if they get a PB?
  • I reckon it'd be an ideal style to adopt in the current icy conditions. Long strides, landing on toes, miles away from your centre of mass? yep, where do I sign....?! image
  • Actually, please could you enlighten us as to what this means:  "....certain functions and forms of body posture are typicialy concurrent with certain functions and forms of internal body function."

  • Here's some more examples of people successfully putting Ricky's technique into practice:

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/3/3e/GREEK_EVZONES.JPG

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    http://londonkoreanlinks.net/wp-content/uploads/2007/01/military-marching1.jpg



  • Ricky Bennison wrote (see)

    I recommend people give front foot&toes running technique a go. See how they get on.


    Why?

    Why is it better?

    If it is prove it.

  • Ricky,

    You're begining to sound like Golden Brown - I say it, therefore it is true.

    Do you really expect people who enjoy running and have races planned to try a technique that sounds ridiculus without any proof that it will work and not injure them?

    I thought you we funny, now I'm begining to think you just can't read.

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