Concentrate on doing the things you enjoyWeve all been through it. It starts with a reluctance to change and get out of the door; it continues with a feeling of lethargy during the warm-up. Some days you manage to overcome it and get stuck into proper training, but on other days...
UAN: Article type:uan153--It was our prep school cross-country, November 1947; the few of us who were serious athletes were running through the streets of Saltburn-on-Sea, back towards the school. There was me, the Robinson twins and a boy called Firth. One of them asked, Shall...
is worth up to four miles of running, and if you make the cycling hard enough the more youll benefit from it.Bruce Tulloh, RW Coaching Editor
, then increase the pace.—Bruce Tulloh, coach
Standfirst: Four experts tell you everything you need to know about running a 10KAuthor: Bruce Tulloh, Owen Anderson, Charlie Spedding, Harry WilsonPics:Issue date: racing secrets bookletKeywords:uan85--In the RUNNERS WORLD editorial offices a
schedule. You may not achieve the three hours, but the extra amount of training should enable you to improve on last years time. Bruce Tulloh, RW Coaching Editor
miles and half-marathons in the autumn. After that, you can start training for your second marathon.Bruce Tulloh, endurance coach and organiser of the Safari Marathon
on whatever the next week will throw at you. Bruce Tulloh, RW Coaching Editor
rhythm. Incidentally, the harder training should improve your 10K performance at the same time.—Bruce Tulloh, RW Coaching Editor
Tulloh, RW Coaching Editor
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