Useful tips and advice to help improve your running
National Fitness Day is a chance to highlight the role physical activity plays across the UK, helping to raise awareness of its importance and to lead happier, healthier lifestyles through being physically active.
Plyometric training is a great all-round exercise that trains, tones and strengthens your legs, glutes and core. It can also give you more power when jumping, turning and twisting and may be a welcome addition to off-road runners.
One of our top running sessions is the Fartlek workout. Here, we tell you what it is, why it’s great and more importantly, how to do it well.
Buggy running is on the rise and many events allow you to take part with a buggy. In this blog, we take a look at why buggy running great for you and your child and some tips to get you underway.
Do you sometimes have negative feelings about your running? You're not alone! We often hear about the 'monkey on your back' so here, we look at what it could be and how/why it could be holding you back.
Do you have more running kit than you need? Here, we take a look at some ideas of how best to clear out your kit when it’s time to let go.
Global Running Day is a worldwide celebration of running that encourages everyone to get moving and here, we are taking the chance to celebrate everything that running can give to us.
British endurance running is on fire and we're looking forward to the European Cup next week, which is the 10K champs and Olympic trial race. Here's who to look out for - it's set to be an exciting event!
American athlete John Kelly has just got himself back in the FKT (Fastest Known Times) record books this week with an incredible new record (2 days, 10 hours, 4 mins and 53 secs) for running the entire length of the Pennine Way. Here, we take a look at Ultra running.
The theme for this year's Mental Health Awareness Week is ‘Nature’, and as runners we know the benefits of running on body and mind especially when it allows us to get out in nature.
What does your running week look like? What goals are you training for? Do you mix your miles up with some easy, steady and tempo sessions?