evenings free for EastEnders) with these effective and efficient lunchtime sessions.Lunchtime Session One - Hit Your Race PaceIf you tend to start well in races of 10K and upwards, but then suffer a catastrophic blow- out before the end, this 4x4 session
One recent sunny day at noon, I watched the exodus from the office, and it occurred to me that we don't have a lunch hour as much as break time. Everyone regularly goes for a midday ride, run, walk or swim. Working out at lunchtime re-energises you
1. If it’s tough enough for the pros, it’s good enough for you“Spring is the time of year when the first races are not too far off and we need to control our pace, as well as know what paces we can perform at. Both sessions here address these points – the difficult one is swimmin...
Can you turn your one-hour lunch break into an effective training session? There's no reason why not, but if you're going to make it to the gym, pool or out for a run and be back at your desk within the hour, it's crucial to make the best use of your time. With a bit of planning ...
Celebrate the launch of our 2012 Runner's World Half-Marathon newsletter series, powered by ASICS, by joining in this Thursday's live lunchtime webchat.Running coach and ASICS PRO Team member Bud Baldaro will be giving expert advice to all your
'll be well on target.Don't miss our next live lunchtime debate - on April 1, Nick Morgan (Lead Sport Scientist at Lucozade Sport) will be online between 1pm and 2pm to answer any nutrition or hydration questions you might have before the big day. Pop the date
Steve has run more than 60 marathons, holds a PB of 2:29, and has also won a British marathon title in his age group. This is his 35th successive year of preparing for a marathon and for the last five years, he's run a series of consistent times at the London Marathon (2:46, 2:43...
Liz Yelling has been competing as a top international athlete for more than 15 years. In 2006, she won the Bronze medal in the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne and she has twice represented Great Britain in the Olympics (Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008). In 2007, she also won the Br...
Sarah is a chartered physiotherapist who has specialised in treating track and field athletes for the past 20 years. She has worked for the British Athletics Team and was lead physio for the English Institute of Sport in London before setting up a successful sports injuries clini...
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