Running Training Guide
Tom, here, will guide you through the principles of good practice for the various running training techniques covered.
There are nearly 200 pages of running information, containing advice and techniques, which athletes of all standards will find useful when improving fitness and speed. Sprinters, middle distance and long distance runners will all find advice to helping their running improve.
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- Warming Up - What to do
- Stretching - When and how to stretch
- Running Drills - Running Specific Drills in 3 categories
- Weight Training - Get stronger to improve your Speed
- Circuit Training - Improve your conditioning
- Core Stability - Understanding and Improving your Core
- Type of Running Training Sessions - Running Session Types explained
- Cooling Down - Starting your recovery!
- Running Technique - Do's and Don'ts of economical running
- Event Specific Training - The training you should do for your event
- Masters Running - Older Runners Training Info
- Race Pages - Types of races you will come across and recommendations
Other factors to take into account during your running.
- Planning your Running Program - Preparing a Running Schedule
- Choosing Running Shoes - Top tips on choosing running shoes.
- Testing your Running Training - Finding your strengths and weaknesses
- Sports Massage - How and why this benefits runners.
- Sports Psychology - Getting your mind ready to run
- Nutrition for Runners - We are what we eat!
- Injuries and Illnesses - Coping when things go wrong
- Coaching Philosophy - Our view on what coaching involves
- Running Calculators - Find out how your running measures up.
Guest Article - Hamstring Health
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