and can only read one article, make it this one: 10 Ways To 5K Success (non-subscriber preview) One distance – some very different approaches. We’ve got 5K wisdom for racers with aims from run-walk to record time.BEGINNERS 5K is a perfectly manageable
Hestler, who’s also raced on the road. Know what you’re doing, and you’ll ride faster. Here are his top tips:Cross-chaining"The conventional wisdom is that cross-chaining - riding in a combination of the big chain ring and the big cog, or the small ring
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...
have changed.In the first Olympic marathon at least one runner thought it was smart to drink wine during the race. We're not saying the challengers to conventional wisdom are right – or wrong. Only that their ideas are worth considering, because
and paces?HillworkBeginners - Hill TrainingHow should I structure hill reps?Heart rateCalculating threshold heart rateHow should I calculate my maximum heart rate?Long runs and cardiac/heart-rate driftMy heart-rate zones seem wrong...My race heart rate
was over.As friends and colleagues congratulated me on my wisdom in stopping, I smiled wryly. Yes, I know I did the right thing. I know I’ll run other races. I know that it’s never smart to push through that kind of pain. I know that I showed respect
calves (hold dumbbells while doing toe raises). If you've had daily shin pain for longer than a month, see a doctor for a bone scan to rule out a stress fracture.Others at Risk Beginners; people who train on slanted surfaces; women who wear high heels
years of collective running wisdom to bring you a proven, individualised training program. You can return to it as often as you want. Get More Background and Specifications Don't Have a Race TimeIf you don't have a recent race time
the buzz gained from slashing precious seconds off their most vital statistics, but becoming an addict to that rush isn’t best for you in the long run. "Expecting consistent progress is terrible for motivation as it’s simply not possible, from beginners
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