Second in a short series of nutrition and fuelling strategies for marathons and ultra marathons, covers nutrition in the week or so before your race.
First in a short series of nutrition and fuelling strategies for the standard 26.2 miles / 42.2 km marathon and also for ultra marathons.
At Run and Become, we have customers of all abilities and aspirations. Whatever your goals, here are a few tips to help you make the most of springtime.
10 tips on how to understand and follow the Run and Become training schedules, designed to prepare you for a Self-Transcendence race, or any race of a similar distance.
Running your first race? Sarah Scott has a handy checklist of things you might want to plan before race day, to help things go as smoothly as possible.
Designed as a simple-to-follow guide for absolute beginners or those who have run a little and have a good fitness base.
Designed for those who have been running a while and can usually manage 2-3 miles or up to 30mins comfortably.
The start of a new year is an ideal time to look ahead and plan your running for the next 12 months. Here are a few suggestions to get you started.
Adrian Tarit Stott interviews Ross Houston at the Edinburgh Marathon Training and Inspiration Evening, November 27th 2012.
Chitika Wheeler gives some tips on how to get the most out of your gym sessions, including cross training such as rowing, and strength training with weights.
Chi Running is a technique developed by ultra-runner and Tai Chi expert Danny Dreyer. It combines good running technique with the principles of Tai Chi.
Petra Kasperova shares her personal experience of barefoot running, offering some useful tips about the transition and injury avoidance.