To become a faster runner, you need to improve your aerobic capacity. How do you improve your aerobic capacity?
An often overlooked aspect of training among runners is the importance of running strides. It seems everyone is aware of how strides can help, yet so many ignore them in their routines.
Stress plus rest equals growth. In the book Peak Performance, running coach Steve Magness and his co-author Brad Stulberg coined this equation.
Find out all about why you need to run slower to become faster. And learn how to monitor and categorise the intensity of your runs.
The sub 3 marathon — finishing a marathon in less than three hours — is an elusive goal for many ambitious runners. It is a challenging task, and doing it requires a solid mix of work ethic and genetic talent.
Travel far enough north, and you'll eventually reach Norway. Keep going up, and you will reach the polar circle. Go further north still, and you will find yourself firmly in the land of the midnight sun, or the night that never ends, depending on the season.