distance and another to a British age-group record. He also coaches around 30 runners in his running club, whose marathon times range from 2:30 to outside five hours. Bud Baldaro Former national marathon coach and ASICS PRO Team member Bud
and get the sense of exhilaration and freedom from racing through the countryside," says Bud Baldaro, England Athletics national coach mentor for endurance. Runners can learn to gauge their effort and pace themselves more effectively and, as they get more
You can really see your 10K fitness rocket over a preparation period of eight weeks. As with the four-week schedules, its important that youre flexible in your approach. If the 10K is your single focus for the season and youre willing to do everything you can for a best-possib...
runners train hard right up to the day of the marathon because they’re desperately afraid of losing fitness if they don’t," says Bud Baldaro, a Contributing Editor to RUNNER’S WORLD and one of Britain’s leading endurance coaches. "What they don’t realise
No surprise that the 10K is by far the country’s most popular type of race. To say it’s a versatile distance is an under-statement. Take a cross-section of any 10K field and you’ll find some people tackling it as their first run beyond five miles, others using it just to stretch ...
30 seconds of squat jumps 30 seconds of lunges 4x30m sprint flat-out Lunchtime Session Three - Pace yourself perfectlyThis pyramid session, recommended by UK Athletics’ endurance coach Bud Baldaro, offers two-fold benefits: it provides
PRO Team will be online with expert advice throughout. Fitness expert Nikki Waterman will examine runners’ cross-training, and distance running coach Bud Baldaro will be on hand with training tips.Get InvolvedAnd you can share the fun! For the next
walk/run a day or two after your race will help rid your aching muscles of built-up lactic acid," says coach Bud Baldaro. "A warning, though: don't jump into a hot bath after the race. You're better off in a tub of cold water and ice if your muscles
, above all else, is the key.Bud Baldaro Running life: One of the UK’s top running coaches. Runs four to five times per week. Years running: 30-plus Running is a personal pursuit. It’s up to you, not anyone else, to decide what kind of runner you want
The long run is the staple of every distance runners diet. If youre training for a marathon, its de rigeur. Novice runners use them as springboards to the finish line, and elite marathon runners do multiple long runs to improve their times. Even if youre only interested in f...
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