warm-up half marathons, leading groups ranging from 6:50 per mile (for a sub-3:00 finish) up to run/walk combinations (to come in at around 5:15).Part racer, part cheerleaderBeing a pacer requires a few basic attributes. First, there's fitness - all
ASICS Target 26.2 coach and veteran of over 60 marathons Steve Smythe knows better than most how a well-executed marathon should feel, every step of the way.Time your marathon to perfection with Steve's expert pace judgement advice, covering the 26.2 experience mile by mile.
The RW Pace Team was out in force at the Race Your Pace Half-Marathon on February 20.Congratulations to everyone who took part in the race and made it such a memorable day. Click through our photo gallery to catch up with all the action.Plus, discover more half-marathons where ...
'll be leading the 6:53-minute milers to sub-3:00 victory in London. Sub-3:30 (8-minute milers) John O'ReganIrish ultra-runner John takes mere marathons in his stride. As well as winning the 100-mile Yukon Arctic Ultra and the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
Chasing an autumn marathon PB? Make your next race a 13.1-miler. "Doing a shorter race three or four weeks beforehand is very sensible – most experienced runners would run at least one or two as part of their build-up," says endurance coach Nick Anderson, (fullpotential.co.uk.) T...
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
between achieving a personal best or even failing to complete the race.The build up: the days leading up to the raceCarbohydrates are the major energy source for moderate to high-intensity activity and it is crucial you increase the carb intake in your
Q. What is the best mix of protein, carbs and fats to eat the week before the marathon? Rob22A. The most important thing is to continue eating a well-balanced diet composed of carbohydrate (70%), protein (15%) and fat (15%). Aim to eat around 6-9g of carbohydrate per kilogram...
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