Philip Ramsden shares his thoughts on the practicalities of marathon training after his latest marathon effort at Windermere (Brathay).
Ian Taylor looks at the pros and cons of taking on a marathon and shares his personal insights.
Every runner - from beginner to veteran experiences a feeling of dread when they hear the word "hills". The trick with hill running is to feel strong and confident; not just about running up them, but coming down them too.
Track sessions are a fantastic way of introducing variety into your weekly schedule. There is no other environment that is better suited to the high-intensity interval workouts that are an essential part of every runner's training. Track training is undeniably one of the most effective ways to improve your running performance.
As a new runner, it can often be hard to motivate yourself to stick with it, especially if you have missed a few sessions or you feel like you’re not making enough progress. Here are a few tips that might help…
Some of our newer club members may not be familiar with relay races and might be reluctant to put their names forward to take part simply because they're not quite sure what they involve. So, if you fall into this category here's a little insight into some of the local relay races that the club takes part in each year.
In the Absolute Beginners group we remind all of our new runners to pay close attention to their running form and posture. Experienced runners are just as guilty of making mistakes with their running form so here are a few basic tips from the ABG that you might find useful... STRIDE - When it comes [...]
A useful guide for group leaders on strategies that can be used to challenge and motivate members of mixed ability groups.
There is a common misconception that specialist shoes are only for elite athletes. I know that when we race we do the best we can and your best is as good as anyone else ‘s. The following advice is my own opinion but I hope it helps to enhance your performance and keep injury at [...]
Some of our newer members may not know and some older ones may have forgotten the niceties of racing. Thus, a quick reminder...