Half-marathon Looking for a tough, but satisfying endurance event? The half-marathon could be just the thing, and with ten-week, twelve-week and Garmin-ready plans, we've got a schedule for every runner. Find a half-marathon scheduleMarathon Whether you're a first
in their low-calorie plans lose more fat than those who simply cut calories.Fermented dairy products, such as yoghurt, cultured sour cream, dips and cream cheese, contain live bacteria, which also bolster immune health. These bacteria, as well as a special fat
Devising training sessions is easy. Anyone can come up with a plan that sounds great. Take my old high school track coach, for example. Way back in the mid-1960s, he ordered us distance runners to do 10x400 metres, each in 60 seconds. That’s what US
can lower your blood pressure and your risk of heart disease. Studies have also shown that dieters who include dairy in their low-calorie plans lose more fat than those who simply cut calories.Fermented dairy products, such as yoghurt, cultured sour
Running, running, and nothing but running. Sounds heavenly doesn't it? But sadly that way injury lies. If you want your body to be fit for purpose, whether it be nailing your first 5K or smashing a marathon PB, it's crucial to ensure that you're strong enough to cope with the tra...
This programme culminates in a mile race or time trial at the end of the eighth week. Each week, space out the three sessions rather than doing them on consecutive days. Any other weekly sessions should be run at an easy pace, the distance dependent on your experience.Week 1Sessi...
Sometimes there is no substitute for experience. However, diligent preparation can often mitigate a lack of practical know-how and that, believe it or not, is the case with Ironman. Many tips are obvious: have a nutrition plan, know your pacing
long run to 7-8MIntroduce one fartlek session a week (see Sub-60 Plan)Introduce one timed run which takes 15-20 minutesMain training phase(Alternate weeks A and B for a period of 4-8 weeks) Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat SunWEEK A 6M steady 7M, inc 3 x 7
Standfirst: A repeatable 2-week build-up to a sub-80 10-mile race Author:Pics:Issue date: racing secrets bookletKeywords:--Preparation phase (2-4 weeks)Increase your weekly mileage to 20-25M, based on 4-5 training runs per weekIntroduce one fartlek session a week, putting in fast...
Standfirst: A repeatable 2-week build-up to a sub-60 10-mile race Author:Pics:Issue date: racing secrets bookletKeywords:uan92--Preparation phase (3-4 weeks)Gradually increase your weekly mileage to 40M, based on 6 training runs per weekIncrease your weekly long run to around 10M...
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