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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...
Session 1: Mona Fartlek Basics of the session: The workout named after Steve Moneghetti is 20 minutes of fartlek with fast recovery, done as follows:-2x90 seconds hard (tempo to 10K pace) with 90 seconds recovery steady, not jogging. -4x60 seconds hard, 60 seconds steady. -4x30 seconds hard, 30 seconds steady. -4x15 seconds hard,...
RT Journal by Courtney Powell I’m sorry this blog post is so delayed! I have been a very busy girl with university assignments and exams! Early April, the Powell girls all headed up to Daylesford to celebrate my Nan’s 70th Birthday. During this stay, we had a tarot reader come to...
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C R A I G H U F F E R "Huffing 'round the world" Global Athletics & Marketing Miler: Tan Track Club | VNTC 🐨 http://www.tantc.com.au/ http://www.iaaf.org/athletes/australi...
Thank you to Runners Tribe for offering me this opportunity, I really appreciate it. My name is Clarissa Herbst and I am 18 years old with two big dreams: 1. To represent Australia at the Olympic Games for marathon running. 2. To become a qualified veterinarian. I have been running ever since I...
Jim Dunaway, who passed away earlier this year, was one of the giants of track and field journalism. Or perhaps he was a dinosaur, as in ‘we won’t see the likes of him again’, a creature from a past age, rather than in the literal sense. Mostly, he was just Jim....
‘El Caballo’ The Training of Alberto Juantorena © 2021 Runner’s Tribe, all rights reserved “The secret to being a good runner is that you must sacrifice your life for it. You must train hard; eat well, with not too many parties and not too much sex. You must have a lot of...
Nick Earl - Race Report - Lake Biwa Marathon Start (target 2:15:59 - World Champ Qualifier) Standing behind the pacemakers on the start line next to the Big Moose (Julian Spence) with around 200 other saturating blokes on the Otsu running track thinking ‘I probably should’ve done a long run and...
Depression and Running: Written by Amity Delaney Mental illnesses do not discriminate. They can affect anyone at any time and athletes are no exception. Depression and running work together in two ways. On the one hand, certain aspects about being an elite athlete and training for running can potentially increase...
It’s getting to that time of year when many people out there are thinking whether or not to go to train at altitude ahead of the summer track season. Well here’s my two cents worth – if you can’t decide. First thing I’d do is set out your goals for...
                   

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