You could head to the track for some intervals Tuesday, and log a tempo run on Thursday. Or you could follow the lead of today's top runners and combine two traditional quality sessions into one killer workout. Britain's number one male marathon runner, Dan Robinson, is a 'combo ...
problems faced by runners.If you're a Runner's World UK magazine subscriber, you can see all 10 right here. Otherwise, enjoy these five as a preview - and if you want to subscribe, you can save 30% right here.Scenario 1The alarm sounds for your early
We have waited patiently for a Garmin training device tailored specifically for swimmers, now finally the wait is over. We are excited to provide a sneak preview for the new Garmin Swim. The global leader in satellite navigation has just announced
There is no one more qualified to create meals for marathon runners than a chef who runs. So we recruited three famous chefs who have run the Flora London Marathon: Gordon Ramsey, Brian Turner and Michel Roux Jr, to develop recipes for meals leading up to, and following a 26.2-mi...
Most triathletes come from a running or biking background, so it's no surprise that the swim is usually the part of the race triathletes like least. Pool swimming generally poses few problems but taking to the open water is another matter.There's no doubt that swimming in cold, c...
BAD HABIT: You’re a night owl Runners who short-change sleep compromise recovery, immunity and mental sharpness, which can turn an easy workout into a gruelling one. "Sleep enhances the restoration of cells damaged by exercise," says Professor Jim Horne from the Sleep Research Ce...
The wheels were coming off, and all I could do was watch them roll away. This was my third straight August running the Pikes Peak Ascent in Manitou Springs, USA, and I'd begun the day confident, ready to put hard-won lessons to work. My first year at Pikes, I’d entered on a whim,...
Wake up, make a beeline for the coffeepot. It's a routine most of us can relate to. In fact, nearly 80 per cent of Brits drink coffee every week. And why not? Coffee stimulates the nervous system, helping us feel more alert, better able to concentrate — not to mention more energi...
In the past you'd have been hard-pressed to find elite runners paying attention to their abs. Today, it's practically mandatory. "It's so important. The stronger the core, the more likely you are to hold your form and less likely to get injured," explains marathon world record ho...
Illustrations by Geoffrey GrahnIs it just us, or is autumn the best time of year to be a runner? Still warm enough for shorts (hopefully), but just cool enough to inspire you to pick up the pace. And you’ve taken advantage of the long summer days to log more miles or train ...
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