This week's problem is one that many runners will recognise: How do you cope with being a "beginner" again after injury?"I used to be a half-decent runner. I've run seven marathons with a PB of 3:36, and loads of half marathons and 10Ks. Then in January, I had a car accident and ...
I dont have a training schedule for a goal race, I find it harder to motivate myself. But if I have a training plan, Ill be out running on good days and bad days, says Mike Collyer, of Newcastle.27. Be happy A positive attitude means everything
Join the pack on a training campWhether you're in training for a big race, keen to accelerate out of a frustrating plateau, or just fed up with the infamous British weather, a training camp could put the spark back into your running. Most training
. This philosophy is transferable to the rest of us: training with company can be just as beneficial in helping you to achieve your particular goals. A partner could encourage you to adopt more variety in your running and thereby foster greater motivation
at all. Perhaps your training just isn’t where it should be, but you’re not sure what to do about it. The good news is that there’s no need to make any radical changes. With the right ‘tweaks’, you can nip and tuck your way to better running. The trick
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