Category: Journal

Diana Davis RD LD CDE  | It’s that time of year again – hot, humid, muggy May! We know it’s only going to get worse as we head into summer, but we still want/need to train to maintain fitness or get ready for the next event. The most important detail of your run plans over […]

Find out what and when to eat before high-intensity, race pace and recovery runs – as well as races. Most of us have no problem devoting time to thinking about what we’re going to eat after a run. In fact, it’s pretty much the only thing we do think about during the last half an […]

Your 10-Week Trail Half Marathon Training Plan | Hayden Carpenter |   Completing a trail half marathon is an achievable goal for almost anyone, with a little bit of structured training. Below you will find strategies and a sample training plan for runners hoping to put in their first 13-miler (give or take a bit) […]

Beat the slump with these tips. 1 in 3 of us claims to feel permanently shattered, with the pace of modern life the biggest energy sapping culprit, according to Mintel research. Many of us turn to knocking back a coffee, but that will only mask the symptoms of tiredness. You’ll perk up temporarily because it […]

Pearls of pavement-pounding wisdom You know as well as we do that the hardest part of running doesn’t involve running at all. It’s the slow walk. The slow walk to your trainers. The moments leading up to your slow walk to your trainers, in fact. Yep, forget those first few strides, or the final mile […]

Becky Wade | Heat and humidity are probably no strangers to you. You’ve learned to expect to finish runs feeling like you’ve just emerged from the ocean, that running in a dehydrated state can be as debilitating as sprinting in a mascot costume, and that a spy’s disguise (hat and shades) work just as well […]