split? icclesuezA. The best strategy for a steady pace through the second half is to run it right in the first half - evenly and at a pace that your training and shorter races indicate is feasible. It's not easy maintaining pace when you are tired
If you want to get the most out of your final few weeks of triathlon training, this section is for you. With the help of the organisers of the Michelob Ultra London Triathlon, we've found three athletes of different abilities and backgrounds
ahead to the Virgin London Marathon on April 25.Read the whole forum debateQ. I'm currently training for my first marathon but my schedule doesn't include any speedwork. Would there be any benefit in including some speedwork six weeks before race day
of the marathon. My thought process was as follows – I’m no longer having fun, I had made a schoolboy error of not training on hills, the hard work I put into doing the uphill sections were rewarded with downhill sections so steep I had to bum shuffle down them. I
step of the way, whatever your goal for the big day. • We're delighted to be the official training partner of Race for Life, and if you like what you read here and you'd like to try a subscription to the magazine, we'll make a £5 donation of our own
The Olympic 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
will pick up heart rates from all the transmitters which are in range. So if you run in company, keep your distance!Outside interferenceGroup training isn’t the only potential hazard. Overhead power cables will disrupt your heart rate readings, as will any
With just days to go now until the race - I fly out to Morocco on Thursday - it is all getting very real!I had some pacing commitments for RW last weekend in Hastings; it saw me pit my wits against the notorious Hastings hill, which was not I was particularly looking forward to g...
I love my food; I just don’t like carrying it, who does? It’s heavy and awkward to the extent that I even hate coming out of Tesco and walking to the car with bags – that’s how much I hate carrying food.Now my problem with the MdS is that part of the running ‘experience’ is that ...
High-intensity short interval runs build your top-end tolerance, while longer tempo runs and time trials improve aerobic endurance. Perform these workouts at the fastest pace you can sustain for the given effort.High-Intensity IntervalsWarm up, then do 8x200m intervals. Rest for ...
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