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Top 10 Newbie Training Tips - Runner's World Australia and New Zealand

Article addedMarch 13, 2014 Categories Beginners, Featured Beginners<p>Written By: <b>Susan Paul</b><p>Q I’m going to begin running and I want to be sure I start …

Marathons

Essential Form Drills For Speed And Efficiency | Page 10 of 10

Photo: Mark Doolittle Photography<p>Running Backwards<p><b>Why:</b> Running backwards helps strengthen the glutes and upper hamstrings, as well as various core …

Find Your Chi (Running)

Effortless running takes some effort—and other lessons learned by a chronically injured runner at an alternative running school.<p><b>On a sunny Saturday morning</b> in Carbondale, Colorado, nine runners, including me, were hungry for happy miles. We were an injured lot—with a combined medical history that …

I'm a Runner: Tiffiny Hall - Runner's World Australia and New Zealand

Article addedNovember 10, 2015 Categories Motivation, Your stories<p>Written By: <b>Harriet Edmund</b><br>Magazine Edition: <b>Runner's World January 2014</b><br>Photography …

Fitness

13.1 Tips For Running Your Best Half Marathon | Competitor.com

<i>Thinking of tackling America’s fastest growing race distance? Here are some ways to get started.</i><p>In recent years, the half marathon has become …

The Everyman: 5 Tips For Staying Safe On Summer Runs

<i>Jason Devaney shares his ideas on how to stay safe when you’re out running in the heat.</i><p>With summer fast approaching, runners everywhere can rejoice. …

Fast or Long? Yes.

June 2014 Editor's Note<p><b>Everyone loves speed.</b> A ubiquitous AT&T ad asks, "Which is better, slower or faster?" and even kindergarteners know to yell, "Faster!" Movies are full of speed references, as we discovered while trying to come up with a title for Carl Leivers' training article in this …

Build Power, Strength and Speed for the Final Kick

Finish your next race strong and fast.<p>The most shocking thing about Galen Rupp's silver medal in the Olympic 10,000 meters last summer was how he won it. Rupp had a reputation for not finishing strong, but in London, his ferocious speed in the final lap carried him past all but one of the world's …

Train To Race By Training And Racing Simultaneously | Page 4 of 4

How To Adjust Your Training Schedule<p>Finally, the question remains, how do you adjust your training schedule to account for these smaller races?<p>First, …

Don't Stop Now

Run—don't walk!—your next 5K. If that still sounds ambitious, this simple plan will take your fitness and confidence to new heights.<p>Vincent Corso will always remember his 5K debut. It was a summer night in Westfield, New Jersey. His goal was simple: Run the whole way. After training for months, …

Getting The Most Out Of Your Glutes

<i>Ensure that your running stride originates from the body’s main engine.</i><p>The health risks associated with sitting at a desk all day have made numerous …

10 Reasons To Run A Race

1. Motivation<p>Everyone needs a little help getting out the door to run every once in a while. We get tired, busy or just plain lazy. If you have a …

How To Exercise Your Mental Muscle - Runner's World Australia and New Zealand

Article addedFebruary 13, 2015 Categories Featured News, Motivation Essentials<p>Written By: <b>Meghan G. Loftus</b><br>Magazine Edition: <b>March</b><p>You’re in the middle …

Marathons

Step It Up

After a period of building your base, it's time to pick up the pace—and get really fit.<p>After a long winter of logging base miles, you're ready to challenge your energy systems with quicker workouts. No races on your calendar? Doesn't matter—speedwork's benefits go way beyond a starting line. …

Marathons

The Six Best Exercises for New Runners

No gym? No problem! These six bodyweight exercises will make you a stronger, less injury-prone runner.

Running On Air: Breathing Technique

A revolutionary way to breathe can help you run better and sidestep injury.<p>In my early days as a runner, I, like most, didn't give any thought to my breathing. I took up the sport in high school—back in the '70s—and as a senior on the cross-country team, I won the individual league championship, a …

Basic Speed Workouts For Runners

<i>You don’t have to run fast in training—unless you want to run faster in races.</i><p>If you’re a newer runner and you’ve recently caught the racing bug, …

The Art Of Pacing Yourself In Running | Competitor.com

<i>Not only is it an art, but pacing yourself by feel is also a science.</i><p>Running is the art of pacing. Every runner, no matter how talented or well …

Train By Feel For Better Results

<i>By training to feel good you’ll race better as a result.</i><p>Every runner knows that a great race cannot happen unless a fair amount of hard work and …

The 10 Best Carbohydrate Sources For Runners

1. Bananas<p>Because they are easy to eat and digest and are loaded with fast-acting carbohydrates (one large banana provides 31 grams of carbs), …

Racers vs. Pacers: What Type Of Runner Are You?

<i>Tim Bradley breaks down the differences between these two types of runners and provides workouts for each one.</i><p>When it comes to running style and …

The Runner’s Cupboard: Cinnamon - Runner's World Australia and New Zealand

Article addedApril 9, 2014 Categories Featured Nutrition, Nutrition, Performance Foods<p>Written By: <b>Yishane Lee</b><br>Magazine Edition: <b>Runner's World March 2014</b><p>…

Curries

3 Ways To Add Speed To Aerobic Training

<i>Aerobic training is boring, so use these tips to get some speed into your workouts.</i><p>Aerobic development is the primary avenue to long-term success in …

Myths Busted: The Skinny On Protein

<i>Think you know everything you need to know about protein? Read on.</i><p>Like training for a marathon, dietary protein is not something to take lightly. …

Workout Of The Week: Threshold Repeats

<b>The coach</b>: Brad Hudson of Hudson Elite, Boulder, Colo.<p><b>The athlete</b>: Three-time U.S. Olympian Dathan Ritzenhein (<i>Editor’s note: Ritzenhein trained</i> …

Should I Stretch Before or After My Runs?

Neither, experts say. Or if you must, do it after your workout—not before.<p>You’ve seen the iconic image of a runner bent over and touching his toes. You’ve probably seen plenty of runners doing this before races. So it may surprise you to hear that this so-called static stretching—attempting to …

The Healthy Runner’s Diet

Follow these six rules for a healthy, whole-foods eating plan designed just for a runner like you.<p>"Where's the food?" that's the question I ask many runners when I review their food diaries. It's not that they're starving. Most are taking in lots of calories and nutrients—but it's in the form of …

10 Tips for Beginning Marathoners

A beginner marathoner asks for tips for her first 26.2.<p><i>I just started running six weeks ago; I train three days a week and have already built up to running a 3K in pretty decent time. I know this may be crazy, but I’d like to do a marathon some time next year. Is that a realistic goal or is it</i> …

The Long Run: High-Quality Runs

<i>Training smarter is better than training harder.</i><p>When it comes to training, there is no easy way out. To be stronger runners, we need to run. To …

Speed Workouts to Gauge Fitness

Measure your training progress for any distance race.<p>Every runner needs a "go-to" workout—an interval session, a goal-pace run, or other key workout to complete more than once during a training cycle. Whether you're prepping for a race or running to stay fit, doing the same workout regularly lets …