to progress without a blip. He clocked up an impressive 58 miles last week, along with a three minute PB in a 15 mile race. Richard’s pace was just nine seconds per mile outside his half-marathon PB –what a confidence boost!Bagging this impressive PB has given
this Friday at the Maidenhead 10. It will be Christina's last race before the marathon, so her training will focus on reducing the mileage, but increasing the quality, shorter sharper runs. We are both happy with her progress.Gareth says: Christina has also
and fellow Super Sixer spinkletoes. Since this jump-start Vicky has been slowly progressing her runs with a view to rejoining the RW plan again in the next few weeks. It's exciting that Vicky is nearly back on track. Reaching the start of a marathon is so
Goal: sub-5:00 Mentor: Steve Smythe Sport Scientist: Emma Kingzett Forum nickname: The Evil Pixie Age: 36 Running for: 7 years No. of marathons: 3 ...
and progressing on your own terms.7. A couple of problemsTheres nothing like training regularly with your partner. Theyre more likely to be supportive than competitive, says Bruce Tulloh, former RW Coaching Editor. Despite the advice suggesting that you
Training to run continuously for longer periods of time is a great way to measure your progress, but if you’re running at the same speed day in and day out, you’re likely to see your improvements plateau. Unfortunately for this week’s questioner
We've been asked to help find hundreds of runners for a new research project into psychological states while running. Read on to discover how you could learn about some innovative techniques to improve your running experience and get personalised feedback from one of the UK's to...
psychological pitfalls.Problem: You find it hard to stay motivated Keith's solution: Awareness trainingIt's very difficult to keep motivated to continue running if you aren't aware of how your running is going, your progress to date and what factors might
of the race. Most runners set time targets, but make sure your happiness isn't resting entirely on bagging that sub-3.30 marathon, or coming top in your club's league. Success is best measured in terms of progress towards your own goals – goals you can control
It's an all too common story: runner sets achievable goals; runner puts in the necessary physical training to meet goals; runner falls short on race day. So, what's the problem? Could it be that you're spending too much time becoming a stronger runner on the road, and precious li...
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