The Running Performance Drill that will Unleash your Potential

Motor Skill Development Drills ExplainedI’ve often spoke of the importance of dedicating time to MSD sessions in each training week. They will not only keep you sharp, fine tune your running skills but if you’re not already doing them, it may be the reason you can’t seem to break through your performance plateau’s.

If you are currently dong what you’ve been told are speed workouts at the track and you are not doing or don’t understand the nature of the motor skill development drills explained in this podcast, all of your hard work will ultimately yield little progress.

The process I’ll explain in this episode, taken to heart, has the potential to bring your performance to the next level and well beyond expectation.  If you’re a runner, if you compete in Spartan Races or Tough Mudder, you do not want to miss this episode.

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2 comments for “The Running Performance Drill that will Unleash your Potential

  1. Simon Hunter
    November 8, 2017 at 11:30 am

    Great episode. I’ve read Richard’s book and listened to the podcast for a while but this is the one drill that you really have to beat into our heads. When you’re crunched for training time and trying to train for OCR doing an MSD session can seem so pointless and a waste of time, but this episode really bought that back for me. I’m going to find time for the MSD. Also it was mentioned about just running on the forefoot with no heal strike at all as a problem. I think thats me and I’ve gone too far the other way. I thought that is what I was supposed to be doing. So much to work on. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.

  2. Ryan Ardigo
    March 13, 2018 at 6:33 pm

    Another excellent episode with great information. I’ve listened to the episode a couple times to absorb the information and remind me of the importance of MSD. Thank you for providing awesome advice to help us reach our potential and avoid injury.

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