According to gait analyst and strength coach Malc Kent of Calgary, injury prevention is the key to successful marathon training. Here’s how to achieve it
In the days and weeks after a race, try these fartlek-style intervals to assist your continued recovery and not risk injury.
Mountain Equipment Co-op in partnership with Canadian Running magazine present a six-part video series outlining basic training principles and running advice.
Finding new ways to spice up your weekly workout can be tough. You’ve done the hills, the track repeats and even the long intervals and are feeling fitter and faster every week. But unlike a planned […]
Not every runner is a record-breaking distance junkie. Some of us move slow. Many runners who are just getting into the sport or are recovering from an injury wonder whether they should just walk instead. After all, […]
By Lianne Girard Have you ever said something running-related and had a non-running friend look at you like you’re crazy? For that reason, we have created the running dictionary (it’s a work in progress…) […]
You don’t have to run the entire distance to build up your fitness. A mix of walking and running can allow you to accomplish longer goals. Then,gradually eliminate the walking breaks. When it comes […]