Run School

Run School is here to give all levels of runners information and advice to improve their running and to stay injury free. From top physiotherapist, podiatrists, trainers, doctors, coaches, massage therapist, athletes and more knowledgable experts. 'Run School,' will keep you informed by only the highest end sources on a regular basis. Runner's Tribe is free. no subscriptions, just amazing content here for all levels of runner's to share and learn from.

So, you’ve got the running bug and now you want to see how you can progress? Well, before you can consider breaking the sub-four-minute barrier, there are some things that you need to take into consideration. Training as a runner can often lead to a pretty packed schedule, so finding...
If you’re a long-distance runner, chances are you or someone you know has contracted athlete’s foot at some point in their career. In fact, athlete’s foot is such a common fungal infection that 15 to 25 percent of that general population is estimated to have it at any one...
FOUR KEY SESSIONS/FAVOURITE WORKOUTS - Bernadette Williams I’m stoked to be writing something for the Runner’s Tribe journal section. I’ve started visiting the site fairly regularly over the last few months as I returned to athletics, it’s a great spot to learn about all things running and find some inspiration. My...
Whether you’re training for an upcoming marathon or just want to increase your speed and mileage for your own sake, it’s very easy for runners to fall into the trap of overtraining. When running is a big part of your life, it’s hard to recognize when you’re doing more than...
Aussie have never been slower - Basic Stats Analysis Article by Ivanka Nikolova Ph.D. Participation in marathons has increased x 8 over the last 20-years – however data shows that Aussie marathon runners are slowing down. Why is this? *Note from editor: This is a generalised stats analysis that has not taken into...
Training Diaries: to write or not to write? - A column by Mark Tucker “I would consider my diary serves the same purpose as going for a walk or a run. They are all physical ways of clearing a mental landscape.” (Chet Faker) I recently visited the house I grew up...
Runners Tribe 4 key sessions- Nicole Perry I have been running for Tasmania at national level on and off for 16 years now in the 800m. At 31, I am far from being one of the new kids on the block, but I have run 800m PBs during the past...
At some point in their lives, approximately 80 percent of people will experience back pain. Some people, like runners, are highly susceptible to back pain -- in fact, one study showed that more than 50 percent of runners reported having a history of back pain. Runners can experience back pain...
Sports Hernias Hit Commonwealth Athletes By Jackie Edwards As the 2018 Commonwealth Games came to an end last month, the successes and medal achievements will be celebrated long after the games. However, like many sporting events, there have been significant injuries during the games, and even before the games some athletes with...
Workout series featuring Bri Ilarda - NCAA broken and made My name is Bri Ilarda and I’m an Australian athlete who is currently attending Providence College in the US of A. I’m heading into my fifth and final year there as I compete as a friar one last time in...
                                 
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