Help me debunk training myth
Okay all, as my life is now all football all the time, I now need to be able to discuss all matters in groups where I'm not the dullest tack in the package. (Get what I'm sayin' you Poindexters!?)
Anyhow, how do I explain this one: When you've say, run 10 sets of 50 yard full out sprints and you're feeling like death is near, bending over and panting will not cause any ill effects.
What's with this stand up and raise your arms crap?
Or am I wrong and bending over does compress your airway and serve to make it harder for you to complete the next round of running?