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Training

Running to Berlin, Weeks 4 & 5: Balancing Life and Running

Two more weeks have gone into the log. Here are all the details about my training since last time, and how I’m progressing with 13 weeks left until the 2022 Berlin Marathon.

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Running to Berlin, Week 3: Half Marathon Tune-Up Race

Another training week has been etched into the log. With 15 weeks until the Berlin Marathon, I lined up to run a half marathon tune-up race.

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Training

Running to Berlin, Week 2: Stupid Training Choices

Another week of training is history. Read all the details of my training from week 2 of 18 leading up to the 2022 Berlin Marathon.

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Training

Running to Berlin, Week 1: Off We Go!

Read all about my training the first week of the 18 week marathon training block ahead of the 2022 Berlin Marathon.

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Training

Running to Berlin: Introduction

I am happy to introduce a new article series. Here, I will share all the details of my marathon training block leading into the 2022 edition of the Berlin Marathon.

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Entertainment

Introducing Running for Our Lives

A new book by Rachel Ann Cullen is now available for pre-order. In this book, Rachel features the story of how Run161 came to be.

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Shoes and Gear

Shoe Review: New Balance FuelCell Rebel v2

New Balance have kicked off the 2021 shoe season with a new version of their fastest daily trainer. How does it stack up in a heated market, and is it worth getting?

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Injury

Iron Deficiency and the Distance Runner

Iron deficiency is a common reason for lack of progress and setbacks for distance runners. Learn about causes, testing, and treatments.

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Training

Running Training Periodisation: How to Structure Your Training

If you want to run fast, your training year needs structure. Learn about periodisation, and the different phases of training throughout a year.

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Training

Training Plans and Best-Case Outcomes

Hoping for the best is fine. Your training plan, however, should be rooted in realism, and not tailored for a best-case outcome.