Your cheapest and most effective training tool

Advice for every kind of runner from coach and Olympian Nicole Sifuentes on perceived exertion and getting the most out of your training

Run by effort, not pace, in snow and ice

Snow and ice can slow you down, so running by perceived effort rather than trying to hit a specific pace will work better for winter training runs

What is RPE and how can you use it in training?

Using a simple and subjective measure, your rating of perceived exertion (RPE), could be as effective as heart rate or blood lactate monitoring