. Id like to do some speedwork, but worry that Im not quick enough yet. Is this the case?A Absolutely not! Any regular runner can add speedwork to their training schedule and everyone can benefit from it. In fact, youre now at the ideal stage
Ease into faster running with these introductory sessions:1. Easy fartlekFartlek, or speed play, is variable-paced running that emphasises creativity. During a 30-minute run, choose objects to run to lamp-posts, trees, buildings, other runners, whatever. Make choices that mark...
Q. Im a novice runner and I am working my way up to 30 minutes of running at 12-minute/mile pace. I plan to stick at 30 minutes for one month, then start adding some speed before a 5K. What would be the best speedwork for me?A. Begin your
right through to race day. Our beginner and intermediate programmes both include walk breaks.Q.What equipment do I need? A. All you need is a properly fitted pair of shoes, a suitable sports bra (for women) and some comfortable sports clothing
the night before and on the morning of the event, and so on. Then check off each one before you leave for the race.SpeedworkUse an '800' number Yes, even a task as daunting as marathon training can't be simplified by doing Yasso 800s (a regime developed
Whether you’ve decided to make a change to your lifestyle, or you’ve just been roped in for a charity race, this index of our best beginner articles is for everyone taking those first running steps. From can't-fail motivation, to a first 5K or 10K
Heath and Injury | Motivation | Nutrition | Racing | Shoes + Kit | Training | Weight-loss | CreditsThese are highlights and frequently asked questions from our beginner forums. They were created by members of Runner's World just like you. If you
with one or two other sports and watch your running performance improve too.TaperingWhat to do, eat and think in the weeks before race-day.Nutrition on the RunEnergy drinks, bananas, tuna sandwiches - what to eat and drink before, during and after a run.Speedwork
When you set out as a runner, you’ll find that you have many more questions than answers. Am I too slow? How do I get faster? What can I do to stop it hurting? How long will it take before I get better? And there will definitely be times when you think you’ll never find t...
my feet after every bath and shower. The result: I haven’t lost a toenail in months and I’m no longer afraid to remove my socks after a run.Edward GibbesYears Running 6Not all shoes are the sameAs a beginner, I had only the vaguest idea that different
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