Steve worked at Runner's World for 10 years and took over the marathon schedules when Bruce Tulloh retired from writing them. Steve has run more than 60 marathons and as well as holding a PB of 2:29, he has also won a British marathon title in his age group
Standfirst: Author: Bruce TullohPics:Issue date: racing secrets bookletKeywords:--This time range takes you up to a regular 40 miles a week, though many runners would still be able to do themselves justice by substituting one easy run for a rest day
Standfirst: Author: Bruce TullohPics:Issue date: racing secrets bookletKeywords:--This band covers serious athletes. The schedule will take you up to over 50 miles a week, which is about as much training as is compatible with a lifestyle
Standfirst: Author: Bruce TullohPics:Issue date: racing secrets bookletKeywords:uan99--This band covers beginners and those who have been over the distance once before, in around two hours, and would now like to try for something a little faster
edge on your prodigious fitness to smash your 10K and half-marathon PBs. (After a fortnight's recovery, Bruce Tulloh suggests easing into weekly speedwork such as 4-6 x 800m for half-marathons, and 8-12 x 400m for 10Ks, and thinking about racing from
Everyone should try a training camp a couple of times a year look what it does for Paula Radcliffe! It can give you a huge leap in fitness and a great boost to your morale. It can be two weeks in the mountains, or a week on some sandy beaches, or it can be a couple of long week...
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...
For three months, you've been training for that single day. Now it's over. You've completed the marathon and achieved your goal. What now? The most likely response is 'nothing', and it's a perfectly reasonable one. After all, three or four months of hard work is enough, and now y...
.co.uk).Fuel: For authentic African fare, try the post-race festival village afterwards. Warm-up: UK running legend Bruce Tulloh leads runs on Thursday and Friday before the race.
and progressing on your own terms.7. A couple of problemsTheres nothing like training regularly with your partner. Theyre more likely to be supportive than competitive, says Bruce Tulloh, former RW Coaching Editor. Despite the advice suggesting that you
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