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You're training programme has gone brilliantly and race day is right around the corner? You're feeling confident but a little bit of anxiousness is there at the back of your mind?
As a beginner, I understand how normal it is to have a series of questions, doubts and anxieties before the big run. The most common doubt that might most naturally erupt is whether you have the stamina to finish or what is the right way to train prior to the run to keep you at your desired pace throughout.
Running might just be the most convenient form of workout which doesn't require too many equipment but it is important to identify what your level is to be able to make the right choice of gear.
Aches, tears, cramps, elongations, breakdowns or, more importantly, break: whatever the chosen activity, the athlete is regularly confronted with various injuries as a result of his practice. Hard to escape!
Relational problems with colleagues, endless stoppages on the road, professional tasks that are constantly growing: on a daily basis, stress has a thousand reasons to come forward. All the more reason to take time for yourself and release the pressure! For that, sport is a perfect outlet.
Before you get immersed in the practice of your favourite sport, it is essential to perform a good warm-up session so that the body can be at the right temperature, and thus avoid injuries.
Your time is limited and you are concerned that 30 minutes is too short for a proper training session?Think again! It is entirely possible to vary one's training during short sessions.Here are a few ideas for taking advantage of 30 minutes of free time.
Philippe Propage sheds some light on this type of training and suggests the right percentages for attaining your racing objectives.
When you first begin your running sessions, do you often wonder what is the best time to run? Although most of us make choices based on convenience or liking towards a particular time. This guide will help you understand the advantages and disadvantages of the different timings.
It's one of the most demanding running training techniques. It's also the best way to develop your cardiovascular performance by requiring considerable additional muscular effort. But make sure you get the basics right first…
As days go by, you'll feel your fitness dropping, you'll be short of breath, just going up the stairs will get you panting. It's a sign! A sign that maybe it's time to start exercising regularly again... But how do you find the motivation?