Goal: sub-3:00 Mentor: Paul Evans Sport Scientist: Gareth Turner Forum nickname: just back from a run Age: 30 Running for: 22 years No. of marathons: 2
. Often I’d be cut up or forced to hold back from others doing the same. I knew that my golden time of 3:45 was out the window. But I felt if I tried I could still get sub-4:00.There were a couple of points that I could see clear stretches - along the path
Standfirst: Author: Pics:Issue date: oct01 / panel from racingbasics.htmlKeywords:--Throughout your running life therell be races that youll look back on and think, What the hell happened there? Here are the answers to a few of those head
MummyHow soon after having a baby should you don your running shoes? Here's what you thought. Back Into The SwingAs any distance runner knows, our sport is often a case mind over matter. And women who've been through the pain of childbirth are more than
competitively and only lace-up for pure pleasure, says Bishop. "You'll know when you're ready to come back."To read the full article - including tips on injury anxiety and banishing burnout - subscribe now. You'll even save 30 per cent on your annual
Triathletes are a driven bunch, always setting goals, generating plans and setting new challenges. The summer race season is the culmination of enormous effort and determination. Then, sooner than you thought possible, the main races are over - you suddenly feel directionless. It...
Duathlon (run/bike/run) has existed as an organised sport since the early 1980s, when it was known as Biathlon. It continues to grow in popularity but it's probably fair to say that triathlon has received more of the multi-sport limelight. Nonetheless, by the 1990's Coors Brewing...
First Timer - SteveTarget: sub 4:00.Marathon PB: This will be my first.My strengths: I’m a very positive person – for me, the running drink is always half full. I’m also extremely determined and have a huge desire to succeed - I’ve just completed a first class honours degree in L...
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and feet. Stretches your hamstrings, calves, Achilles tendons, back and shoulders. 2. Lying spinal twistStart on your back with both legs straight. Hug your right knee in towards your chest, and hook your right foot behind your left knee. Then roll to your
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