As winter rolls in, so does many runners training routine. But not you, because you know that it is another opportunity to up your running game. Stay fit this winter with these training tips for keeping up your routine!
Over-training syndrome may limit your ability to perform optimally. It is, therefore, crucial that you identify those signs that let you know if you may have developed the over-training syndrome.
We all want to be at the top of our game, at all times. But what happens when there’s a setback? How do you overcome injury? Or burnout? Or a plateau in progression? These challenges are all indicative of one thing- the body needs to rest and reset.
Base building is a commonly used but rarely well defined term in running. Base training can be summed up as teaching your body to rely on fat for fuel at increasing paces.
Join me in this 30 Day Strength Challenge for Runners. Complete workouts in just 10-20 minutes each day to become a stronger and more efficient runner.
You have been running for some time now and have grown more comfortable with running in the local 5k and 10k races. Now you are wondering if you can improve your running speed?
Circumstances out of your control, such as bad weather, sudden illness, or travel delays can cause unnecessary anxiety. While focusing on the elements of preparation that you can control…
Six Tips for hydrating in the heat and preventing dehydration for your summer running months. Make a consistent plan for hydrating and prepare yourself properly for the elements…
The Rate of Perceived Effort Scale (RPE) is very useful in helping to determine if you are exercising at the intended intensity for a workout. Learn how to use this scale to maximize your training benefits from running.
These common running mistakes have probably found their way into your running at one time or another. But, have you learned from them before they resulted in injury, burnout, or poor performance?