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
When it comes to preparing for a race, finding a training schedule is likely to be top of your to-do list. But what if your lifestyle just isn’t suited to following a pattern of prescribed sessions?That's the challenge facing this week's questioner - what advice would you offer h...
Focus on posture and progress You need all the air you can get when going uphill and looking down can result in you leaning too far forward which hampers your breathing. Try to stand tall if possible but you don't need to focus on the top – break the slope down
, November 10) Canal locks and bridges comprise the only inclines in this otherwise flat, point-to-point race along the towpaths of the river Lee.--Filling Up Fast…Luton Marathon, December 2Luton Marathon (Bedfordshire, December 2) This three-lap course
30)Swansea Bay 5K Series (West Glamorgan, June 12, July 10 and August 7) Signing up for a regular race series is a great way to keep tabs on your progress from one month to the next, and these fast, flat fixtures along the picturesque seafront just
– as this is the very basis of progressive overload, the underlying mechanism for most training regimens. The trick is to know how far over the line you can go before you inflict too much damage for the body to be able to naturally repair. – Dad Of TwoConserve your
, bringing together key individuals tasked with providing more effective support and leadership for race organisers. News and progress reports regarding the work of this group is regularly published on the UK Athletics website.Have you got a question about
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