So slightly off topic but related to running.
I compete in an event where it requires me to sprint from point to point over short distances, say from 5m to 30m maximum.
I’m finding I get to a point within these short sprints where I become almost unstable, can’t run any faster.
terrain varies from concrete, to grass to rough terrain.
any ideas or pointers?
Practice with the bleep test
its more sporadic than that, burst sprinting, then controlling my heart rate at the other end
Any video to figure out what “unstable” means ?
Demands of all out sprint are (probably) very different to most triathlon/endurance running.
You could go back to basics and try and do some assesments of all aspects of agility/balance/coordination to spot some weak points.
Ill See if i can find some, by unstable it means i trip over my own feet as i cant run fast. Not ideal when shooting.
This is designed for schools etc but I suspect most adults wouldn’t make it too far on some of the assesments:
Searching Google for Running Proprioception will throw up plenty of info and tips.
because your feet are landing close to your body’s midline?
whats that mean in English to a simpleton?