It is the start of 2018, and in this new year, we discuss the new strategy for the podcast. Breaking down the social media content for each week and bringing more value to each topic.
This week we discuss adapting to the same type of training, allowing yourself to fall into your most efficient gear for too long, and another tactic to improve your front clicks.
We already know that without strength training for dancing you would never be able to produce your greatest, speed power and height or even stay injury free.
But what exactly are the differences in strength training from a younger dancer to an older dancer, and if you aren’t doing any strength training you may be missing out on huge performance gains?
Listen as we discuss everything you need to know about strength training for younger Irish dancers.
Nutrition plays a big part of every athlete's preparation and this should be no different for an Irish dancer.
Listen carefully as we share some important tips to make sure you are full of energy on the big day!
Strength training is a great tool for Irish dancers to not only improve performance but to ensure that you have a long-lasting dance career with little to no setbacks.
Lauren is a dancer who has been in the sport for 15 years and has never suffered a major injury. She discusses how this down to the time that she spent each year building a solid foundation and balancing her body so that she could remain injury free.
Listen as Robert & Lauren discuss everything you need to know about strength training to improve your dance performance!
Lauren and Robert unlocks the mystery of maximizing your recovery process from muscle soreness & the proper protein diet.
In this episode Lauren talks about nutrition and fueling performance in your #sport.
This week on #askRNH, the crew infuses you with how having levels of plasticity can elevate your routines. Also, feel free to drop a message with any questions or concerns. We are happy to offer our professional advise.
In our very first episode, your questions are answered. Also, we get into a dancers purpose of life, stamina, and injury concerns.