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Don’t forget to stretch before & after your race
Don’t forget to stretch before & after your race
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Saturday, 16 January 2016
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Don’t forget to stretch before & after your race

  Even though you may be physically drained after your race, stretching, both before and after, is extremely crucial.   Stretching is perhaps one of the most ignored areas of running, even though it may be unintentional. While a majority of runners do...

Have you got the right moves??
Have you got the right moves??
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Thursday, 10 December 2015
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Have you got the right moves??

By Kiran Mehta The perfect running form prevents injury, aids bone health, and makes you go longer and faster. Learn to run the right way, with these expert tips from Spine Surgeon, Dr. Abhay Nene. From the tilt of your head to the strike of...

Running is not the starting point, but the end point of your fitness plan
Running is not the starting point, but the end point of your fitness plan
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Wednesday, 18 November 2015
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Running is not the starting point, but the end point of your fitness plan

There are enough and more articles providing you with a running progression calendar i.e. starting from 1-2 km per week building up to 30-40 km a week preparing you for half & full marathons. There is nothing wrong with them apart from the part that...

How to increase your VO2 max?
How to increase your VO2 max?
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Tuesday, 17 November 2015
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How to increase your VO2 max?

You’ve heard the term but don’t know what it means? Read on… You may have heard trainers used words like ‘VO2 max training’ and ‘VO2 max testing’, and you’re probably wondering what they mean. Your search ends here. VO2 max, in the lay mans...

Everything you needed to know about the negative split
Everything you needed to know about the negative split
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Thursday, 05 November 2015
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Everything you needed to know about the negative split

A racing strategy characterised by a gradual or sudden increase in speed and output towards the end of the event. Though revered as a conservative strategy, this technique has helped athletes accomplish several world records during distance events. Some of elite...