We do early-morning workouts, lunch-hour runs between meetings, and runs through the streets in the evening to clear the stress of the day from our minds. It can feel like we are alone during those times. Even if you see other runners around, our paths cross for only a few seconds before we dive back in to our own worlds. Therefore, running can feel individual or even lonely sometimes.
There are steps you can take to reduce the chance of injury while achieving your running goals. Here are five smart training tips that will help you prevent injury and frustration during your training sessions.
During your period you may not be feeling your usual self and as a result you may feel less motivated and energised to train. That’s why we’ve pulled together 5 tips to help you reduce PMS symptoms and feel more able to take on your next training session, adapted from Neely Spence Gracey and Cindy Kuzma’s book Breakthrough Women’s Running.
Running coach Jack Daniels has been described as ‘the world’s best running coach’ by 1968 Boston Marathon Winner and previous editor of Runner’s World, Amby Burfoot. In this post Jack Daniels provides what he has coined Daniels’ basic laws of running, adapted from the 4th edition of Daniels’ Running Formula.
Tapering for a marathon is essential. It can be a challenge to stay in top shape without being fatigued. This post features tips for striking that balance.
A bad running technique can lead to injury. This article will increase your knowledge of running gait mechanics and provide injury reduction techniques.
Running in heat and humidity is tough. Here’s how (and why) it affects your performance, how you can compensate and what to do about heat-related illnesses.
Human Kinetics has published many landmark running books. In fact running is our most popular sport. But which are the best running books?