and remember to carry a phone for emergencies.Find out more about how time trialling could speed up your next triathlon.
Have you been bitten by the cross-country bug? If not, you've got some catching up to do because more and more triathletes are realising just how beneficial a winter of cross-country running can be. As well as being one of the most effective ways to maintain a good aerobic base i...
With Usain Bolt looking to smash his own 100m world record the year 2012 truly is the Year of Speed. Now Puma is giving you the chance to get Faas and furious.Puma is giving you the chance to prove your pace in the Bolt Speed Test. At venues around
No matter what your race distance, speedwork will help you run more strongly and easily. It’s good to do both long and short speed sessions, though it’s worth adjusting the bias of your sessions towards the particular race you’re training for. Here
mile, for example, burns about 180 extra calories an hour. Should you speed up all of your runs that dramatically? No, but the following five sessions include segments of higher-intensity running to boost your calorie burn. Try one or two per week
its regal location, the flat course is also perfect PB material. Its spectator-friendly ethos (think cocktails and food in the boathouse) encourages a good crowd of heartening supporters - another added incentive to speed you to a PB. When you join
Fresh from the launch of Speedo's new Fastskin3, we're delighted to give you a preview of this exciting hydrodynamic range. The true innovation with Fastskin is the three elements working together - it's a complete head-to-toe racing system. Not only is the suit packed with top-o...
Last month we announced that we had 14 all-new Garmin Forerunner speed and distance monitors to give away. With over 12,500 entries this was one of our biggest ever competitions. Without further delay here are the winners*:Forerunner 205 Hannah
UAN: Article type:--These are the calories burned per 10 minutes of running at speeds from 12 minutes/mile to 5:30. The numbers are based on data from the Compendium of Physical Activities, published in the January 1993 issue of Medicine
The fastest races are run with even splits: world records reveal that, statistically, fast, steady speed yields the best performances. Yet some races demand a tactical rather than time-trial approach, where occasional and well-timed bursts of speed
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