Is it ever okay to quit? 5 reasons not to run

April 27th, 2018 by Dan Way | Posted in Training | No Comments »

Normally quitting is not the best idea or something we’d suggest, but truthfully, when it comes to running and training, there are inevitably times and scenarios when it’s best to stop or not start […]


Running injury prevention and management – Common complaints and what to do about them

February 14th, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in CR Explains, CRM Training Plans, Running Injuries, Training | No Comments »

  Many runners are now training for their upcoming goal races. With that comes weekly workouts, long runs and higher mileage. It is also the time of year that new and unusual aches and pains […]


Pain as pleasure? You got to believe it to benefit from it

January 17th, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in Research for the Run, Science, Training | No Comments »

Pain is almost exclusively a negative feeling. We avoid it whenever possible. Runners know this. Running 5K pace is painful. So is kilometre 40 of the marathon, but how we perceive and frame the pain we […]


Could I have overtraining syndrome?

January 23rd, 2015 by Sinead Mulhern | Posted in CR Explains, Training | No Comments »

Low energy, lack of motivation and decreased performances could suggest you’re overtraining.


Study links cherry juice to a better sleep

January 18th, 2015 by Sinead Mulhern | Posted in Health & Nutrition | No Comments »

Feeling tired even after a night’s sleep? If the chamomile tea and melatonin pills aren’t really working, there’s a new sleep aid on the block for you to try out. Research presented at the […]


When the mind is tired, legs get heavy

January 6th, 2015 by Zoran Bozicevic | Posted in Running with Zoran | No Comments »

Holidays are finally behind us, and life is – or will soon be – back to normal. If you’ve stayed away from running during the Christmas and New Year’s madness, you probably traded a […]