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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.

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The Long Run: What’s the Point? Written by Mark Blomeley The long run or long runs are a staple of any good running program for anyone running over 800m. However the reality is for many runners, due to injuries or long term issues not enough long run volume can be achieved...
If you’re someone who loves to run, it’s easy to convince yourself that running, alone, is sufficient for meeting your fitness goals and maintaining a high level of health. While running can be very beneficial for the body, especially for improving cardiovascular health, it’s not the only form of exercise...
By Caitlin Murdock - Runner's Tribe As we approach warmer weather, track runners are drawing a sigh of relief as the reps are getting shorter and cross-country is over for another year. In 2018, the competition was fierce and the standards were set high with athletes battling it out for that...
Running has been steadily growing in popularity, both as a recreational activity and a competitive sport. With only a good pair of shoes and your own determination, you can develop stronger bones, build stronger muscles, burn calories, improve your cardiovascular health, and maintain a healthy body weight. Running for...
Runner's Tribe - Run School Minimalist, maximalist, zero drop, traditional, soft foam, hard foam, high stack height, low stack height, stiff soles, flexible soles, magic foam that makes you float or fly.  Or whatever. Whilst the science on all the above is minimalistic in itself, one study that shows that...
By Matt Lynch - Runner's Tribe On the 28th March 2018, QLD Athletics hosted the final track and field competition before the star of the Commonwealth Games. After months of the planning, the Queensland International Track Classic (QITC) accommodated athletes from over 30 countries, Olympic champions, World champions and thousands...
Key Workouts from Aussie Elites: Part 2 Athlete: Maudie Skyring Personal Bests Event Result Venue Date 400m 58.22 Canberra (AUS) 17.02.2017 800m 2:09.35 Glendale (AUS) 28.01.2017 1500m 4:22.16 Sydney (AUS) 04.02.2017 Mile 4:53.93 Sydney (AUS) 04.03.2017 3000m 9:45.54 Melbourne (AUS) 08.12.2016 The Session: Freeman (200s) This session was part of Cathy Freeman’s training program and is great for 400m and 800m runners, to build speed and a tolerance to lactic acid build up. This session consists of...
“There are lots of elements to running a successful marathon and I’ll bet insights into them are woven throughout all of the interviews in this book!”  – Lisa Ondieki © 2017 Runner’s Tribe, all rights reserved. Lisa Ondieki certainly rates as Australia’s top female marathoner, her 1988 Olympic silver medal...
“Electrifying” – Alan Webb’s Top 5 2017 Runner's Tribe, all rights reserved "When all is said and done, people will consider him the greatest distance runner America has ever had." – Steve Scott – Country: United States – Born: January 13, 1983 Personal Bests 800m: 1:43.84 1500m: 3:30.54 Mile: 3:46.91 3000m: 7:39.29 5000m: 13:10.86 ...
By Caitlin Murdock - Runner's Tribe To perform to your full potential your primary focus, of course, should be on your running program. However, you should also ensure that you include strength and prehab exercises to prevent injuries and to improve your running efficiency. Often runners have a habit of spending so...