Exercise work zones (Fox and Haskell formula between 20 and 70-year-old): red zone (VO2Max), anaerobic, aerobic, weight control and warming up.

Fartlek Training Explained

Fartlek training was developed in Sweden by coach Gösta Holmér in 1937 and is a type of interval training. Whereas true interval training involves timed durations of intense activity followed by less intense ‘rest&...

When You’re Down and Out – ‘Burn Out’

When runners feel ‘stale’ and ‘burned out’, they’re either over-trained or their mental attitude needs an overhaul. Solution :  Change your thought patterns! achieve ‘internal satisfaction’. Do not struggle constan...

Warm up / Cool down

Warming up accomplishes two things: mobilizes fatty acids stored throughout your body to your blood stream so that you can use your fat instead of your vital blood sugar prevents cramping Flexibility is associated with w...

Hill Running Form – by Coach Mike

Benefits of Hill training greatly strengthens lower leg muscles and quadriceps develops good rhythm that will pull your through periods of tiredness good hard workout with relatively little pounding Erect Posture keep yo...