Swapping smooth tarmac for a bumpier, more varied running experience not only focuses the brain more, but also offers excellent workouts that will enhance your racing performance.
Spring means more race-focused training. But what sessions to adopt and what of the warning signs, asks Joe Beer?
The fourth part of our performance analysis feature is the run leg
Kona contender Rachel Joyce tells 220 how she’s improving her run…
Can’t face the monotony of pounding the pavements? Then, advises Nik Cook, escape the tarmac and hit the trails
Much can be achieved in 60 minutes, says Paul Larkins. Here, he plots your course for a new PB in 2012
Dehydration will severely reduce your training and race performance, but you can stop it before it stops you. Paul Larkins keeps you on track…
Training doesn’t have to stop once you’re ‘with child’ – in fact, it’s best to keep training. Dr Catherine Laraman shows you how
Thanks to advances in clothing technology you’ve got no excuses for not striding outdoors this winter. Tom Waller helps you defy the elements
One run of beyond 60mins each week should be the cornerstone of your off-season training. Andy Blow explains why…