UAN:195 Article type:--“After years and years of running, the act of putting one foot in front of the other, mile after mile, gets pretty damn boring,” Australian marathoner Derek Clayton once observed.At some point, nearly all of us have run in Clayton’s shoes. As anyone who ha...
phytochemical acts as the fountain of youth, and no one food and especially no one supplement contains all the phytochemicals. Dont get into a rut of always eating broccoli as your vegetable and an apple as your fruit. Try a new fruit or vegetable each week
with the left leg for 30 seconds. Then put both legs into action at a cadence of 90 to 100 revolutions per minute. Repeat, this time with 60 seconds of single-leg spinning per side. Perform the sequence three times. Escape the rutMany fitness gains are made
's Politik. They can propel you uphill and dig you out of ruts.Skip Repetitious electronic or trance beats. They might start to grate on you during the later miles when it takes more energy to stay fresh and motivated.Final StretchAt the end of a run
There are times when it’s hard to tell the difference between being in the groove and being in a rut. To see either of them clearly, you need time and distance. You need perspective. For me, this perspective came after 37 minutes and 40 seconds
, it probably would have helped prevent a multitude of injuries.Paul Magner Years Running 35 Variety is the spice of lifeIt’s easy to get stuck in a rut, and become a habitual runner. You can find yourself following the same routine week
Some training strategies, such as speedwork or tempo runs, seem written in stone – learn the basics, apply them as directed, reap the results. But when you hit a rut, reach a plateau, or just get tired of the same old stuff, it's time
, VeloPress). Ditch the corn flakes for porridge mixed with antioxidant-rich berries. In a grilled-chicken rut? Beef flank steak is lean and contains more iron.Grazing eaterGrazers snack every few hours, which means they're fuelled before a run
into a rut.
Runners thrive on consistency, but don't let routine turn into a rut. "Following the same route every morning or recycling a trusty training plan will not necessarily produce PBs," says performance coach Kim Ingleby (kimingleby.co.uk). "Going
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