Dr Pepper wrote:
3. I liked most of the read, except for the 'reactivity' jargon. I get what he's trying to say about having the legs feel better/fresher and being able to switch gears... but it just feels like he's selling a pyramid scheme product or something like essential oils haha! I just kind of ignore that part.... great read... I recommend giving it a try.
He writes onhttps://www.mastersmilers.com/qa-with-klaas-lok/
'When making a stride and landing on one foot, your muscles, tendons and foot arch are being stretched. This causes a certain pretension which helps to ‘propel’ you forwards in the next stride. This elasticity is also called reactivity. With mainly doing easy interval training, your reactivity will be better than when performing mainly steady state training and hence your race times will improve. '