screwed on to make sure you've got the best chance of race-day success.The Night BeforeOne of the keys to racing success is having clearly defined goals to aim for. Before you even pin your number onto your top, figure out what you want to get out
pacing strategies affect race results. They asked 11 experienced female runners to run 5K on a treadmill to determine their average for the distance. The runners were then asked to run 5K again, but tackling the first 1.63K at different speeds: once
Standfirst: How to make race day go your way - guaranteed!Author:Pics:Issue date: 100 tips bookletKeywords: Article type: featureuan143--Of course, youve trained solidly, practised your race pace, kept hydrated all weekend, had an early night and a
Q I started running last summer by running and walking a mile every three nights, and built this up to around 15 miles a week. Ive now done three 10Ks, all in around 53 minutes, but in the last one I had trouble with some of the hills and had
Q Ive been running for just over a year and have recently started entering races. The thing is that as soon as I stand on the start line, Im always overcome with nerves. I feel queasy and my legs shake, and Im sure this is affecting my race performances. Is there anything I c...
Butterflies in your stomach, waves of nausea and a dry, prickly mouth – sound depressingly familiar? Well, for this week’s questioner, enough is enough - she wants to know how she can nip her race-day anxieties in the bud and get on with enjoying
confidence and persuade her to sport her trainers once more?“I started competing in March this year at the Liverpool Half-Marathon. I was really pleased with a time of 2:06 and felt like a proper runner. I was confident I could do two hours on Sunday
Q Im 45, and can no longer train at the levels I used to. Recently Ive tried the run/walk method. However, I cant get past the guilt I feel when Im walking in a marathon. Any suggestions?A I understand the psychological barrier
You're a busy person. You have enough to think about. So you can forget these 10 worries once and for all."I don't have time to squeeze in a run today." As little as 10 minutes a day of continuous running can boost both your fitness and your mood
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