Tag: masters running
Last October, then 56-year-old Stuart Galloway won his first marathon in nearly a quarter century. His time was a sizzling, 2:51:07 (which is age graded to about a 2:25 performance). Galloway knows a thing or two about coaching, as he’s been one with the Niagara Track Club for years, where he once coached Olympian Mo Ahmed
Run it at your own pace and pay attention to what kind of recovery you need to perform best
Sneak these 800m intervals into your week and see improvements in no time
As we approach the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, we remember Ed Whitlock and his record-breaking runs.
September 28th, 2017 by Canadian Running | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
She’s 46 and has her eye on the Canadian women’s masters record
The way you manage day-to-day stress impacts your recovery…
At some point you realize that all your partners are passing you by. What then?
This summer, follow these four key concepts from experts to increase your chances at reaching your goals