ProfileNAME: Lee Healy and partner RachelSUCCESS: Introducing Rachel to runningHOW HE ACHIEVED IT: By doing it on her terms, when she was readyINITIAL ROUTINE: One-minute run/walkROUTINE NOW: Rachel and Lee run three miles, three times a weekTwo years ago, Rachel was well on her ...
from grim experience. He punctured twice in the qualifying bike race for the Beijing Olympics last year and didn't make the team. "I was really low afterwards and didn't feel like training but I did have a Plan B, which really helped me out," he says
training log...and keep it up all year! Plot your improvement over 2010, and just think how proud you'll be when you look back in December.A training log is unbeatable for motivation – it'll help you focus on long-term goals, and you'll notice
Setting challenging yet attainable goals is key to maintaining a long-term running career. After all, you’re more likely to stay motivated when you have something to work towards and can measure your progress at regular intervals. But picking
people so you motivate each other. Do a road or cross-country race and use the treadmills together at your local gym. Join a tri club and use the sessions and advice on offer." - Tim Don "Tell yourself that training in the miserable winter makes you a
What are your running fears? Injury? Hitting the wall? When the anxiety monster rears its ugly head, here's how to beat it - or even make it work for you.Beat your racing fears.Beat your training fears. Beat your health fears.
pass thanks to the purchase of a new pair of trainers or an unexpected PB. But if your results and motivation just don’t seem to be picking up by themselves, it could be time to turn to a running coach for help. We know what you’re thinking: running
Max was a drug addict for 17 years, but her story of how she changed her life through running makes her the inaugural winner of our Inspired To Run competition.WHY DO I RUN?"When I was 14 I took my first line of cocaine. At 15 I added marijuana, acid and a smack-head boyfriend. O...
favourite is when people say they look forward to the day the podcast comes out. It helps people get out the door and train."One podcast listener makes a challenge of running on the treadmill for the length of the interviews; another told them he had cut two
managed the race that summer without her expert help. It was also preposterous. Heart rate monitors and speed and distance monitors were things that happened to other people. It was also hard to say no."Ok, yes then, lets give it a try."She bounced
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