Originally Posted by Andrew Wilson
I almost fell out of my chair laughing. All that "midline stabilization" he's telling him to do is restricting movement, blood flow, and wasting energy. The entire torso is suppose to be completely relaxed, even hands and face (notice sprinters like Tyson Gay with flailing hands). Stabilization in running is neurological
I read an article a few months back on the corkscrew with the arms in sprinting. Something about how the fascia corkscrews around the body (ie, right shoulder tight often equals a tight/stiff left hip, I think). They had a sprinter, who i can't remember, who had shown big improvements.
I haven't seen anything else about it though.
You hear about this before?