It’s unlikely you’ll win every race you enter but you can be a winner every time you race by setting a new PB (personal best time). The full version of this article contains nine tips that - put simply - work. They go from timing your race right to tweaking your training, to eat...
It’s unlikely you’ll win every race you enter but you can be a winner every time you race by beating yourself and setting a new PB. Here are nine tips that work.Strong LegsMany runners assume that because they run, they don’t need to do leg-strengthening exercises. This isn’t nec...
improvement is not lost on her coach, Steve Smythe, who sends her a schedule every month tailored to the races she’s targeting and follows the results closely. The pair have managed to resist the conventional wisdom of adding mileage with each passing year
accepted hydration wisdom you could be drinking too much.So, while drinking might not lead to any physiological benefits that help you to produce a better performance, the majority of studies do agree that there may be psychological benefits. "The most
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