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  • Leapfrog Athletics: “Fitness for a Beer”

    Leapfrog Athletics: “Fitness for a Beer”  One of our core beliefs.  Thank You for watching.

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  • Posture - Six Key Elements

    Running Posture: Muscle Vs. Bone. Understanding the Difference.

    At Leapfrog Athletics we focus on the FUNDAMENTALS, one of which is running POSTURE. In this post we will take a look at the difference when it comes to run efficiency: Muscle Vs. Bone. We need to take a look at the primary FUNCTION of muscle and bone.  Our muscles serve the purpose of giving […]

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  • Leaping the Competition

    What 2 Expect: 5k Training Week One Recap. Leapfrog Athletics: “Prepare Yourself”

      Here is a Re-Cap of what happened last week at Leapfrog Athletics 5k Training.  As you’ll read, we are more then just a run workout!!  Each week at pratice we break running down into key fundamentals and coach athletes of all levels with specific workouts/techniques to make everyone a faster, more efficient runner. Don’t […]

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  • Leapfrog Open Water Swim

    Leapfrog Athletics: Open Water Swim Training ReCap

      The following is a Re-Cap from the Leapfrog Athletics Triathlon Clinic, open water swim, held Sunday April 6th: Our Triathlon Clinic continues over the next 7 weeks and we still have spots available!!  See our FULL SCHEDULE here and Sign Up Today at our Pro-Rated Pricing. Well, we survived our second Open Water Swim […]

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  • Leapfrog Video

    Coach Matt: ON VIDEO! Signature Run Workout & 5k Training

    Coach Matt explains the Leapfrog Athletics’ Signature Workout & 5K Training. Don’t miss out on the fun! Sign up here!

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  • Leapfrog Athletics - Naples 10K

    The Leapfrog Training Philosopy

    At Leapfrog our training is based on 3 principles: 1. Perceived Effort: Perceived effort is training the mind to trust the body.  We learn to listen  to our bodies and run as our training allows.  We are less focused on “scientific” methods such as heart rate and pace, we are more focused on learning to monitor effort and make […]

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