Is marathon training harder than Ironman training? Study says: Yes

August 30th, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in Science | 1 Comment »

“In spite of Ironman athletes’ superior training time and total or weekly training load… the preparation of a 42K showed to be harder” says Spanish scientists after completing comprehensive research

Being fit versus being active: What matters more?

June 28th, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in Science | No Comments »

A recent study sought to explore whether being fit or being active was more beneficial to increasing longevity

Could improving your running form actually make you a less efficient runner?

June 1st, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in Science | No Comments »

A new study found that tweaking your arms and leg turn over to make your form “perfect” actually led to decreased running efficiency right after the changes were made

New study proves why you should definitely start strength training

May 17th, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in Science | No Comments »

A meta-analysis of over 500 studies finds conclusive evidence that adding strength training can improve middle- and long-distance running performance

Mind over matter? Mental fatigue and why we slow down

February 21st, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in CR Explains, Science, Training | No Comments »

Do you ever wonder why you can so easily and effortlessly maintain your pace for the first half of a race before eventually, and sometimes suddenly, you begin to feel tired and are forced to slow down?

Training tips: Using self-perceptions to produce success

January 31st, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in Research for the Run, Science, Training | No Comments »

Ask yourself the question: Who are you as a runner? Are you a mileage junkie who barely breaks a sweat on a long run or are you the speedster who crushes intervals on the track? […]

Running research: No, running won’t ruin your knees

January 18th, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in Beginners, CR Explains, Health & Nutrition, Science | 2 Comments »

Research continues to show that running actually provides protective benefits to the long-term functioning of the knee