How Synchrony Elevates your ABM Strategy
I’ve been doing more distance running lately, and trying to focus on form as a way to conserve energy. Any running coach will tell you that, as your speeds get faster, your arms act as an extension of your legs. There’s an expression, “socket-to-pocket,” used to describe the motion of your arms - fingers tips beside your eye socket, to the pocket of your pants, back and forth. This motion generates energy and momentum for your legs, allowing you to run at faster speeds.
Well, allowing most athletes to run at faster speeds. Me? I’m happy to finish a 5K in under 35 minutes - socket, pocket, or otherwise!
By: Ashley Shailer