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A 50 year-old with foot and ankle injuries wants to switch from road running to trail ultramarathons. What are the odds? Well, they greatly increase with specific strength training and my secret ingredient – STOP RUNNING WHILE INJURED.
Running in the dark comes with its hazards, but you can rush right past them if you follow a few simple precautions.
Here’s a guide to how – and what – to eat you’re hitting the trials or the trails or road running for more than a few hours at a time. This info will also help hikers, adventure racers and others who take part in multi-hour endurance events or training activities.
Train smart, get your head right, fix your form and eat your way to better performance. Whether you run sprints, marathons or anything in between, here’s a breakdown of mental and physical techniques that will help you run faster.
Plantar fasciitis can make running torture – it’s a frustrating pain in the sole of the foot or heel that comes in sharp bursts. Here we talk about the causes and what you can do about it.
Whenever I am asked whether to use poles or not, some runner jumps in and says, “I NEVER use poles,” with a deep scowl that suggests we are discussing group sex after marriage...
Former elite triathlete, duathlete and World Masters running champ Mike Trees explains some of the recovery strategies and training methods that helped him top the world in the M50 class for the 1500m, 3000m and 5000m.
Soft sand running is tough work and for the newbie, it often feels like something between a hard hill or stairs session and cardiac arrest.


10 tips for exercising at home – How to make your home training more efficient and effective.

Home exercise equipment rated – 15 training boosters for running sports.

Strength and power coaching packages Do more, perform better and keep injuries at bay with improved strength, power and mobility.