From Ultimate Frisbee player to plodding along to 70 mile Ultra Marathons! This is the incredible story of Troy Jensen.
In this article, we discuss the organs most affected by COVID‐19, the amount of exercise you should get during isolation, and everything you need to know about running with & after Covid-19.
As a female runner, it is liberating to have a look at the massive strides women have taken throughout history to make running become “our” sport!
In this Fast Friday, we cover the story of how Melanie achieved the fantastic goal of completing her first half iron man in Nice, France, and what she did to achieve it.
A sudden bowel movement while running is called Runners Trots, it is when you have a strong urge to poop during or after running.
If you get the urge to go when you’re running or racing, you’ll want to continue reading…
A lack of mobility can create imbalances that will probably result in compensated movements & an increased risk of injury for everyone and anyone not practicing mobility work. This is why MOBILITY is so important for runners.
This transformation story begins with Jayne hating running & believing she was too old to take it up and ends with her smashing a 24K endurance trail race!
The main purpose of pacing is to ensure that you preserve enough energy needed to complete the race and finish strong. Let’s see what this looks like in the bigger picture of a full marathon…
This is the story of how following the training program, trusting the results and believing in himself helped Fermin finish his first marathon in a fantastic time of 4:46 at 62 years old.
Research shows that running in the heat can help us prepare for races that take place in hot weather, even better, running in high temperatures can lead to improved overall fitness.
Let’s have a look at what exactly happens in your body while you run with a full tummy as well as what and when you should eat to feel great during your runs.