think it's possible for me to run that."The perfect formRW contributing editor and coach Nick Anderson (runningwithus.com) explains how you can achieve the perfect running form (and high speeds) when sprinting:Shoulders/headKeep your shoulders down
The sprint schedule training sessions in full:Swim | Bike | RunWeek 1Monday Day offTuesday Swim 1Wednesday Bike 4Thursday Run 1Friday Swim 4Saturday Bike 1Sunday Run 4Week 2Monday Day offTuesday Swim 1Wednesday Bike 4Thursday Run 1Friday Swim 4
Sprinting is an art form I'd never mastered. Back in my school days, sports day was voluntary - so guess who spent the day guzzling chocolate on the sidelines. So when I found myself lining up alongside Paralympic sprinter Richard Whitehead I wished
Introducing the comeback kid: Mark Lewis-Francis. After a year off due to Achilles injuries, the former 100m World Junior Champion was close to giving up running. Then along came new coach Linford Christie, new sponsor Puma and a renewed love of running.Nearly two years of slog l...
Sunday 10-minute warm-up jog; Super-sprint triathlon; 10-minute warm-down and stretch
Seaford Half-Marathon (East Sussex, June 5)Discover the coastline of the South Downs in this off-road adventure. Follow a circular route around Seaford taking in Cuckmere Valley, the charming village of Alfriston and views of the famous Weald. It's well worth getting in some hill...
as an unknown face outside of athletics. Fast forward three years - during which he has become triple Olympic champion, triple World champion, double world record holder (100m and 200m), and has broken sprint legend Michael Johnson's seemingly unbreakable 200m
Goal - Improve your sprint finishMany runners think a strong sprint finish is all about the end of a race. In reality, it’s more about how you prepare for and run the beginning and middle of a race. That’s because you have to have something left
The Nike+ receiver fits into the bottom of a standard iPod NanoNike – along with Apple - have just put on a sprint in the race to make the sexiest running gadget yet. The ‘Nike+’ kit turns Apple’s sleek iPod Nano MP3 player into a speed and distance
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