-year-old Irishman is still mixing it with the worlds top milers, and many other runners have noticed that they feel different, physically and psychologically, when they run on different surfaces. And while running-surface preferences are something
Come February, the working week offers two equally miserable choices: run in darkness when you get up in the morning; run in darkness when you get home at night. However, you can turn this lose-lose into a victory by training in your lunch hour. Granted, it may only provide 30 to...
1. The BurpeeWhy?The burpee is the ultimate exercise for your chest, arms, front of shoulders, thighs and and abdominals - if you only have five minutes to spare, then this is the exercise to give you total body conditioning. Your bodyweight provides plenty of resistance for a wo...
You run, you sweat, you breathe heavily, you eventually stop and recover. Simple... unless you want to know what's really happening to your body, and use that knowledge to control your fitness.That's when you start to think about using a heart rate monitor (HRM). And when you've ...
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, what you ate, the weather and even your general mood before, during and after each run," adds Wood. "It'll help you identify patterns and the cause and effect of good and bad runs." And training logs don't have a ‘use by' date. "I have all my training
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When survival depends on personal fitness, it is imperative that the British military personnel are kept at their physical peak. Running plays a big part in army aerobic training, and interval training is key in keeping our troops combat-ready.There's certainly no slacking when i...
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