The Proper Runner’s Cooldown

We all know the feeling. You’ve just PB’d or cracked a killer session, you’re buzzing with adrenalin and endorphins (and a sense of relief that it is all over), but then the nagging voice telling you to do a cool down kicks in. So you do a lap or two of the track, or a short jog around the block, all with minimum enthusiasm. In his article, “Variations on the Cooldown”, Steve Magness explains that the cool down is not only essential for adaptation, but suggests ways to make them more appealing.

Read the full article – Variations on the Cooldown – by Steve Magness