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What can we learn from runners about “getting better”? A Column By David McNeill Betterment. It’s a virtue that defines what a competitive runner strives for with every training endeavour: to be better. But it’s also a virtue that defines almost every aspect of our lives. Being a better parent....
By Chris Lotsbom, @chris lotsbom and David Monti, @d9monti (c) 2015 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved LOUISVILLE, KY (21-Nov) -- The fairy tale season for the Orange of Syracuse University came to a spectacular close here today when Coach Chris Fox's squad edged defending champion Colorado by just nine points...
While some of us are still dating everything with ‘/13’, the first month of 2014 is done and dusted. The summer track season is in full swing, crop top and shortie tans are well baked in and the average athlete protein intake has been upped by a mouthful of...
Behind The Scenes with Ciaran O’Lionaird Ciaran O’Lionaird (@gociaran) is a man with nothing left to prove. A decorated collegiate career has since been followed by an appearance on the world’s biggest stage representing Ireland at the London Olympics in 2012. At 3:52.10 he currently holds the in-house record as the fastest...
Training and Coaching via Correspondence - Article by Jack Colreavy and Adam Didyk RUNNER'S TRIBE TvC - Training via Correspondence Part 1: By Jack Colreavy Who is your coach? Who do you train with? These are two of the most frequent questions that I get asked by other runners. My response being that Adelaide-based Adam...
Bilateral vs Unilateral Movement Development for Runners By Mark Blomeley Ok, so you’re probably looking at the title and thinking what the? Let me explain… To put this simply, bilateral movement refers to a two arm or two leg movement, whereas unilateral refers to a single arm or single leg movement. In other...
Blog from Nationals and Japan: Well the 2011 season has been one of both amazing high’s and crushing low’s. And this season recently came to an end in Kawasaki, Japan as it marked the end of what was ultimately a successful season if it didn’t end quite the way I...
Hi! My name is Ellen Schaef, I am an 800m runner from New Zealand currently living in Colorado. For the 16/17 season, I was training well and very consistently under Gregor Gojrzewski at Essendon and I managed to take my 800m time from 2.07.85 to 2.05.30 scoring a selection to...
(Q) Hello Zoe, thank you for joining us for a chat. It would be great to hear about your current situation: where you are and how things are going? (A): I'm in Melbourne, putting in some good base training. The competition season for me will not start until February. I've...
London Diamond League Event Videos via IAAF Diamond League London 2017 Highlights - IAAF Diamond League https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVIXFAs9iA8 Mo Farah wins easily with the time of 7.35.15 in the Men's 3000m - IAAF Diamond League London 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zm4XJClv30U Hellen Obiri 4.16.56 to win the Women's 1 Mile - IAAF Diamond League London 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCwcHvDgkaA&t=7s Tianna Bartoletta 7.01 to...