You’re a runner – how long can you balance on one foot without wobbling? Can you master the stork test? Have you ever stopped to realise that running is a one-legged activity?
Have a go at balancing. Practice, rehearse and let yourself wobble. Your body will protect you, provided you don’t forget to breathe!
Every week, I upload a recording like this for the Tilehurst Runs Together VIPs, to help them with their movement skills for running. Get in touch for more information.
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