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.
Are you serious about developing running performance? Do you want to improve your times? Then think about 400m intervals to drive you to the next level!
Maximising your running performance requires hard work and careful planning. Avoid the dreaded junk miles and see your times improve. Every run should have a purpose.
Do you want to get faster? Do you want to burn fat? Then you need speed sessions in your training to take you to the next level.
The London Marathon is one huge swell of positivity, even when your race does not quite go to plan. It is a huge challenge, but definitely one worth taking.
Complete this 4 week advanced muscle building programme to get your body upgraded in time for the summer weather. Commitment now…results later. We will be releasing a follow up fat burning programme to reveal the hard earned muscle on 1st May. Put it in your diary.
Tabata is a great way to ramp up the intensity of a workout. Like anything, if you want results you need to put in the workout. Tabata will help.
My rules for the marathon taper. Lessons I have learnt over time to give me the best chance of performing on race day. Get to the start ready to go!
Building major muscle is not easy. But it is possible with the correct strategy. Here are 5 absolute essentials if you want to start building muscle and develop a physique a super hero would be proud of.
The weekly long run is a must for marathon runners. Building distance to develop strength and endurance is a vital part of getting through the big day in one piece. But anyone who says it is easy is probably full of hot air. We do however have 7 simple rules to follow to make it a more positive experience.