Predefined training plans are good but far from perfect and they often lead to injury rather than success. Use this health-first, goal based system instead.
You trained for months and at the end of it you hopefully finish your race. Lkely you're exhausted afterwards and pretty worn down. Here's how to recover
A lot of runners get injured every year. Often despite injury prevention measures. And often it happens soon before a race. Here's how to come back strong.
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In endurance running you don't have to rush anything. I strongly recommend to go for slow, steady and healthy improvement. In this article I share why.
Drinking enough on our runs, especially in hot & humid conditions, is crucial. But what is the health impact? And how to hydrate correctly? Learn it here.
Running shouldn't be a thing you do for a month. If you want to reap all the benefits and achieve awesome feats, you should think long term. Here's how.
To close the series on running injuries, this last post focuses on another typical overuse injury. Learn all about Achilles tendinitis in this article.