Train smarterWhen the weather turns cold, wet and icy, training suddenly seems a lot less enjoyable, so you can grit your teeth and face whatever nature throws at you, or grind out the miles on the treadmill and the turbo trainer. Or you could be smart and do both.Elite triathlet...
is that it builds balance, muscle strength and an overall healthier body, all of which make speedwork less intimidating. When its time to do speedwork, you feel fresh and eager instead of mentally and physically wasted from day after day of the same old thing
"Look on a training diary as a coach, conscience and friend," says Steve Smythe, a runner and coach who's been writing down every run he completes since 1976. He's recognised that keeping tabs on his training is a great way to make the most of his running.When you start keeping a...
need a balance of objective structure and subjective comment," explains Phil Hayes, applied sport and exercise scientist at Northumbria University. "Pay attention to concrete figures, such as improved times, or running the same times at a lower heart
Ron Hill doesn't have to think about running today. It's a given; he's going to do it. After 38 years of running every day without a break (which through to the beginning of December 2002 amounted to 13,880 consecutive days) he's not about to miss his run today. Or tomorrow. O...
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