Here are my 5 running training priorities for 2018. Experience has taught me that it is not all about huge mileage. Quality training is very important and in the busy lives of amateur sportsmen and women, it is the key sessions that you need to do that give you most bang for buck. Here are mine.
Endurance athletes are often opposed to rest. Obsessed by stats, time on feet and increasing mileage, there is a fear that they will lose out by resting. Not true. The nature of the exercise does allow you to train regularly. But rest is needed and here are four reasons why.
Check out this treadmill reps and circuit session for yet another great workout and to blast some fat. Its no secret that HIIT works. So check it out!
Become a more complete runner this winter. Winter time isn’t always the most appealing time for runners. Why not take the chance to consider exactly what is needed to be a better runner. Most of us do not even come close to covering all the bases – read on to make 2018 your best year yet!
When time is short you can still nail a great run. 200m reps is just the session for you. Max out for short intervals, recover and go again. HIIT this regularly and watch the results. The fat will burn!
Moving well is not only great for feeling comfortable in every day life, bit it is a vital part of running. Moving well means efficiency, relaxation and ultimately more speed.
Getting faster when running does not just mean running. Over the last two years cycling has played a greater role in my training. Here are 4 reasons why I feel cycling helps me run faster.
One of the great things about getting out the door and running is that you see some amazing things. Beautiful places, atmospheric skies and action photos are all included.
Distance runners often neglect strength training. “I just need to run more!” Here are 10 good reasons that all distance runners need to consider.
In search of a personal best I have made a number of changes to my running training. Training is going well. Will it result in two PBs? Read on to identify the four major changes I have made to training in search of a new personal best.