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Australia and the Men’s 800m – 4 part series Part 1 – Australia’s Standing in the 800m Part 2 – Why have we underachieved? Part 3 – How we can become better Part 4 – Coe as a Junior Part 4. Cracking the Coed An Analysis of Seb Coe’s Junior Performances...
Australia and the Men’s 800m – 4 part series Part 1 – Australia’s Standing in the 800m Part 2 – Why have we underachieved? Part 3 – How we can become better Part 4 – Coe as a Junior Part 3. How does Australia become better at 800m? "The Kenyan secret...
Australia and the Men’s 800m – 4 part series Part 1 – Australia’s Standing in the 800m Part 2 – Why have we underachieved? Part 3 – How we can become better Part 4 – Coe as a Junior Part 2. Why has Australia underachieved in the 800m? It is very...
Australia and the Men’s 800m - 4 part series Part 1 - Australia's Standing in the 800m Part 2 - Why have we underachieved? Part 3 - How we can become better Part 4 - Coe as a Junior Part 1. Australia’s Standing in the Men’s 800m Something is Rotten in...
Strategies for managing pain in distance running Part 2 of 2 - Read part 1 (here) Written by Daniel Quin – Runner’s Tribe Managing injury pain is really only one part of pain management in distance running. The pain of fatigue, heat, dehydration, and muscle micro-tears is a bigger daily challenge. Because...
Enda Iten - The Best Running Shoe for the All-Around Pavement Pounder - Gear Patrol 2016, 2017 https://gearpatrol.com/2017/05/17/best-running-shoes-of-2017/ via https://gearpatrol.com/ Purchase your pair today https://www.endasportswear.com/ Enda Iten Technical Features   4mm Drop: The difference between the thickness of padding at the heel and under the forefoot can make a big difference on the way you run. Put too much...
Don’t Skimp on the Hills | By David McNeill - Runner's Tribe When searching for company for my day-to-day runs during the week, often one of the barriers between running with someone and running alone is the choice of location. Most of the time, I don’t mind driving to a...
By Daniel Quin – Runner’s Tribe There is a certain comfort in doing something when injured. Most athletes are familiar with ice, tape, therabands, strengthening exercises, balance plates, water-running belts, and I even have a repurposed dogball. Each of these tools help to provide structure for rehabilitation and a physiotherapist...
© 2017 Runner’s Tribe, all rights reserved Sources: ‘African Speed, African Endurance’ – By Amby Burfoot British Milers Club Journal - Autumn 2001. Volume 3 Issue 12. “Yes, a lot of Africans are born at altitude, not all. This gives them some advantage but it is not insurmountable. Remember this. Coe...
Mike Allen Q&A with Runner's Tribe Mike Allen, PT, ATC is the UCHealth Director of Rehabilitation Services – South Metro Denver. You've been working with 52-year old Colorado ultra runner Paul Hoover preparing him for his assault on the Leadville 100 this year on August 19. The previous year Paul collapsed at mile...