Better sleep means better recovery, but this many Canadians struggle to doze off

November 7th, 2017 by Sinead Mulhern | Posted in Training | No Comments »

We know we’re supposed to sleep for eight hours a night but what do our habits actually look like?


Why the length of your rest breaks can make or break your workout

June 28th, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in CR Explains, Training | No Comments »

Deciding how long to rest in between hard intervals might not seem all that important but the length of your breaks can drastically change the outcome of your workout


Why runners can be prone to insomnia and ways to bid the sleep disorder farewell

June 27th, 2017 by Sinead Mulhern | Posted in Training | No Comments »

If insomnia has been invading your nights, consider these tips from a sleep expert who helps Olympians get some shut eye


Workout take a major nose dive? There’s a surprising silver lining

June 9th, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in Beginners, CRM Training Plans, Training | No Comments »

Not every workout is going to go perfectly to plan. We all experience a session gone wrong.


Why an over-reliance on recovery may actually do harm

June 8th, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in Training | No Comments »

Recovery is an essential part of the training process, but if all you’re ever doing is trying to recover, what exactly are you training for?


Why planning a post-race recovery schedule is actually a smart idea

May 9th, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in Training | No Comments »

Following your goal race and the end of one season, take time to give your body the rest and recovery it needs before resuming training.


Feeling post-race pain? DOMS may be to blame

May 8th, 2017 by Dan Way | Posted in Running Injuries | No Comments »

Delayed onset muscle soreness or DOMS is a common complaint among many first-time racers and almost all marathoners. Fortunately, it’s entirely normal and often only temporary.