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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. Runner's Tribe is free. no subscriptions, just amazing content here for all levels of runner's to share and learn from.

Training of Famous Runners - Noureddine Morcelli Article by Sam Burke - Runner's Tribe A lot of the below information about the training of Noureddine Morcelli was taken from the book ‘Running with the legends’, by Michael Sandrock, unless otherwise stated. We highly recommend this classic book to anyone who is...
FATIGUE: A HOLISTIC APPROACH Written By Camilla Whishaw - Runner's Tribe As runners, fatigue is a common feeling, something that can be expected during and after workouts and races. But what happens when this feeling becomes your normal state of being? When you wake up feeling fatigued, or spend the majority of...
Steve Ovett
Training of Famous Runners - Steve Ovett Runner’s Tribe, December 2016. 1980 800m Olympic champion, Steve Ovett will go down in history as one of Britain’s best ever middle distance runners. Whether you remember Ovett for his duals with Sebastian Coe, his amazing finishing kick, or his famed show-boating; Ovett is...
The Sweat Lab Q&A All athletes have unique responses to training, and the rate at which individuals react in the heat and varying weather conditions is often the difference between a great day or a rough one. Before the 2016 Rio Olympics, many of the athletes underwent testing on sweat rate and composition to...
How Important is Your Coach? Written by Amity Delaney - Runner's Tribe Coaches are an essential part of any athlete’s journey. Under their guidance and leadership, athletes can either flourish or flounder. But how important are they? Are coaches what determines an athlete’s success, or is it the internal motivation and...
THE FUELLING GAME How to fuel for optimal marathon performance Written By Daniel Wallis - Runner's Tribe Performance in a marathon is about limiting variables. Train hard, recover well and the variables associated with fitness are minimised. Practice pace judgement and the likelihood that you reach your goal starts to maximise. Fuel properly...
10 LIFE QUOTES THAT APPLY TO RUNNERS On any great journey we take, difficulties are guaranteed. How we decide to face difficulty we experience will have a big impact on how long we can persist in the pursuit of our goals. Those of you who have been chasing your dreams in...
Note from RT: The author is offering some brief guidelines to strength training in running. If you wish to explore this more you should consult an accredited professional before proceeding with your strength program. Instagram posts featured have no association with the author. How to match strength training to your...
How to Stay Safe as a Female Runner A Column By Ryan Nelson from the USA for Runner's Tribe It's easy to feel invincible when you're flying through a park with the wind in your hair and the sound of your shoes slapping the pavement. Unfortunately, if you're a female runner,...
The Art of Switching Off Written By Tyson Popplestone More isn’t always better. You already knew that. Athletes seem to understand it better than most people. It’s the reason we have days allocated to taking it a little easier. Resting. Recovering. We realise that in order for our performance to improve, we need...
                                 
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