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?
If your goals are to get faster, run longer, build more muscle, or even to lose weight, you may want to consider adding stamina runs, tempo runs, speed runs and more to your training routine.
Not in the shape that you left off with last Fall? Set yourself up for a successful running season with these 7 essentials for training success.
There are two ways to track your running, by time or by distance. If you are training at the proper pace for your fitness level, then neither method is drastically different. The trick is finding the correct pace to run each workout to reach optimal performance.