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him to raise his game to the next level - and it completely changed his life."I had a personal running blog like many people," says Powell. "Then, when I was at a 100-mile race back in 2007, I met a journalist who was writing about ultra-marathons. She
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to train regularly through the winter, whatever the weather.Spencer Smith, ITU World Champion in 1993 and '94, and now as a coach, says, "The key to success is consistency. I always knew winter training had to be done if I wanted to win in the summer
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to build up to 20 minutes, or if you want to get under 2:30 for a marathon. Either way, a good coach will help you hit your target.And nowadays you’re spoilt for choice. Long gone are the days of the coach as the man with the manic glint in his eye, a loud
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in your frontal cortex – decision-making, planning, organising and juggling mental tasks – according to Japanese research. So a daytime run could ensure your Tesco online shop doesn’t arrive with your sister for her birthday, while you’re left with a
motivated by choosing a race as a goal, but use whatever target works for you, whether that’s building up to your first 10-mile run, running five times a week, or logging 100 miles in a month. “A good goal keeps you excited,” says Hadfield.Go Off
in agreement, and many have centered studies on the precise role of the brain when it comes to endurance performance and fatigue. Among the first was Tim Noakes, professor of exercise and sports at the University of Cape Town and author of Lore of Running (£19.99
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