Tips and drills from pentathletes and running smoothly
At the end of any race, the goal is to shave off a few more seconds and pass a few more people. In Pentathlon's combined event, it can mean the difference between making a final and watching from the sidelines.
When you see professional runners finishing a race, the winners faces are often relaxed, while those behind them are clenched. Each athlete feels a similar amount of fatigue, but how they respond to it differs. What's the best way to shift to that next gear and perfect a finishing kick? Here's Harry Greene with some tips to run fast and win.
How to run faster: turnover and your finishing kick. from Harry Greene on Vimeo.