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Digital Subscriptions > Men's Running > January 2019 > TRAMPOLINING

TRAMPOLINING

ISAAC WILLIAMS SPRINGS INTO ACTION TO ANSWER THE QUESTION YOU’VE ALL BEEN ASKING: HOW CAN TRAMPOLINING IMPROVE YOUR RUNNING?

CROSS-TRAINING

Speaking as a man whose parents, in a moment of uncharacteristically carefree expenditure, bought me a trampoline for a childhood birthday – and safe in the knowledge that my belly flop was once as good as any kid’s in the postcode – I made my way to the Kingston Trampoline Academy (KTA) full of confidence for the trial class ahead.

On arrival, however, it became clear that my slightly nostalgic idea of trampolining was a little off. Packed into ‘The Hall’ were several shoulder-height trampolines being pushed to their limits by death-defying 12-year-olds; twists, flips and jumps were being performed with consummate ease. Impressive stuff, but not one attempt at the ‘flop’. Time to show these kids how it’s done…

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Search the Internet and there are a million and one quotes about running. But none ring truer than the great Juma Ikangaa, winner of the 1989 New York Marathon, who said: “ e will to win means nothing without the will to prepare.” As runners, we know the importance of training. And yet very few of us ever get it right. Too much here, too little there, not quick enough, not slow enough, not enough hills, too many hills – the list is endless. And confusing. At Men’s Running, we’ve always focused on bringing you great training advice from people who really know what they’re talking about. Whether it’s preparing for a marathon, sharpening up over 5K or adding variety in to your programme, we’ve brought you the best advice from some of the best coaches. So we thought what better way to celebrate than creating this unique training special, packed full of hints, tips, advice and motivation to take your running to the next level – whatever that might be. We hope there’s something here for everybody. And remember, fail to prepare, prepare to fail. We’re not quite sure who said that, but somehow it seems like good advice!