Transform your training and take on a fresh running challenge in 2012
The blank canvas of the year ahead is a great opportunity for runners everywhere. It gives us a chance to shake up our training regime, reboot our psychological/mental hard drive and dip our toes into challenges new.
We can all be guilty of falling into the same patterns year in, year out; running the same races, chipping away at the same PBs and getting frustrated by recurring injuries. That’s why we think 2012 should be the year to break the cycle.
We’ve assembled a team of running heavyweights full of inspiring new ideas; Ralph Hydes is a top running, duathlon and triathlon coach (http://ralph-hydes.com/), whilst Katherine Switzer rose to international acclaim in 1967 as the first woman to run the Boston Marathon (kathrineswitzer.com).
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