is the time to draw upon your hard work and cross that final line in style.Get ready to relax One method of maintaining momentum is to envisage the rest period to come. Joanna Carritt (joannacarritt.co.uk), pro triathlete and member of The Challenger World UK
If you're running this year's BUPA Great North Run, come and join the RUNNER'S WORLD team aboard the The Queen of Scandinavia for some comfort, coaching and camaraderie. Many hotels in and around Newcastle are already booked up for the October race, so why not sample the splendou...
This week's questioner was advised by a friend and a coach to alter her running style. But can your running style really be changed – and should you try?"Running with a friend the other day, he pointed out that I should alter my running style; try
By the time you reach the run leg of a triathlon, your breathing may be as ragged as your style, but both will benefit if you can find a regular rhythm. "When you're running smoothly, your breathing should be smooth," says Laura Denham-Jones, a yoga
For nearly 20 years, I wrote for RUNNERS WORLD and its predecessors, Running and Jogging. I have also given countless clinics and seminars, coached dozens of athletes and met tens of thousands of runners at races around the country. Throughout this period, I seem to have answere...
Im surprised the Chinese girls plimsolls arent melting as she passes me on the hill. Its 35°C and rising at the start of the second annual Great Wall Marathon. No amount of sunblock or light-coloured headgear makes it seem like anything less. As this frail form pulls ahead, I...
Q Im very new to running, but I love it. It makes me feel great. However Im worried that my running style is all wrong. I seem to bob up and down when I run with more upward than forward momentum. Ive been told to think form, but what is good
Q I started running two years ago and have increased my half-marathon pace from 9:30 miling to 7:30 miling. I have noticed recently that Im using a longer, slower stride for both speedwork and general training, and my times have remained the same. Is this progress or a form of ...
Discover the secrets of successful marathon training with Super Six coach Steve Smythe. We talked to marathon expert Steve for the lowdown on build-up races, mastering the 'Monster Month', taper tips and race day itself.Just press 'play' for this exclusive insight into mastering ...
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