Have you heard of junk miles?
I went for a very slow run today. I'm not injured or ill or even tired. I just felt like running slowly. This got me thinking about "junk miles"...
Stuck indoors and worried about losing running fitness? Assuming you're feeling healthy, then rather than fretting, use the time as an opportunity to work on elements of strength and conditioning that you usually overlook...
I've recently started sweating a lot when I'm running. I don't know why. It's a particularly strange thing to start happening in January...
Whether or not you should go for a run on any given day isn't always an easy question to answer.
Of course, if you're not ill, not injured, not recovering and don't have a big race tomorrow, the answer is... [read more]
Some new parents worry that a new baby will limit their opportunities to carry on training... [read more]
It's dangerous out there. One of the great things about running is the fact that you can just stick on a pair of shoes and get up and go. But many runners... [read more]
Last month I wrote about the benefits of groups runs. Today, I'm thinking about all the wonderful reasons for going solo... [read more]
I love running solo. It gives me a chance to gather my thoughts, I can run at my own speed, stop if I want, run where I want, walk up hills if I want. But, I do also love the group run... [read more]
It's time to have a moan. Well, that's nothing new. But I've just got back from a run and so many little things went wrong that I started thinking about other things that could go wrong and I... [read more]
Sometimes you have to take a week off. And not a week off because you've got a cold or because you're injured or because you've just completed your first 100k ultra and can't move. I mean a week off because... [read more]
Last month, I let you know when it's acceptable to run more quickly. In the interest of balance, here are some acceptable and advisable reasons to slow down a touch... [read more]
Looking for tips on running faster? Sorry. You're in completely the wrong place. This post is about when it's acceptable to run faster... [read more]
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Last month I wrote down a few thoughts about medals.
I just thought of another problem with them... [read more]
There are some runners who think medals are just for winners. They're usually accused of an elitist attitude, but I don't know if that's entirely fair. Perhaps giving all participants a medal reduces... [read more]
So, Phil gave out his top running tips a few weeks back, and that got me asking myself what three nuggets of wisdom... [read more]
Recently, a runner at a group session asked me what is the single most-useful piece of running advice I could give. I was completely stumped... [read more]
Whenever I start coaching a new runner I always ask them to give me a sample of what their training week looks like.
This sort of thing from a 10k runner I coached earlier this year is typical... [read more]
Spring is in the air, and so are spring marathons. Check out our ten top tapering tips to make sure you reach the start line fresh as ... [read more]
Marathon training AND raising £1800 ... you must be mad.
Have you ever wanted to do an event but been put off by the compulsory and, sometimes sky high... [read more]
We do a fair bit of technical analysis with runners. In fact it's one of the coaching services we offer.
When you spend a lot of time analysing people running you notice... [read more]
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