Because the little things you do can make a big difference
Doing two hard efforts back-to-back may seem like an odd idea, but with careful consideration, it could provide a unique training boost
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
Not every workout is going to go perfectly to plan. We all experience a session gone wrong.
Many runners are aware of the now infamous Yasso 800s workout in which multiple 800m repeats are run with equal rest. In theory, the average time it takes to run the intervals can help […]
With race day just around the corner and all your hard earned training and fitness on the line, what and when you do your last hard workout can help optimize your performance for the […]
How are you progressing in your training? Where have you gone wrong recently? Track it with the ol’ pen and paper to easily recognize patterns in your fitness habits.
Retired golfer Gary Player, 81, dropping the hammer on a treadmill will be the most inspirational thing you see all day.
All runners can benefit from these three important types of hill training.
In order to run faster you have to run faster. But how fast and for how long is what really counts.
When winter is at its worst, opting to stay indoors and using an indoor track or treadmill may be the safest and most effective way to get a run in.