Training
Irish Runner Paced Miles

Irish Runner Paced Miles

6.30pm Start at Morton Stadium Wednesday, September 14th The Irish Runner Paced Miles Promotion at the Morton Stadium in Santry will start tomorrow evening, September 14th, at 6.30pm with a short Group Warm-Up. The Paced Miles will start at 6.45pm with the 12/11 and 10 minute Miles first off on

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Week 15 SEE Airtricity Dublin Marathon Training Schedule

Week 15 SEE Airtricity Dublin Marathon Training Schedule

Week 15 August 8th Joggers/Runners Mon Rest Tue 4 Miles Wed 4 Mile Time Trial Thurs 4 Miles Fri Rest Sat 1 Mile easy 1 mile steady 1 mile easy Sun 12/14 Miles Week 15 August 8 Mon Rest Tue 4/6 Miles Wed 4 Miles Thurs 4/6 Miles include 5

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35 Training Tips

35 Training Tips

After 35 years in print, we think we’ve learned a thing or two about running. Here’s a tip per year from our friends and regular contributors Steven Macklin Consistency As an endurance runner always strive for consistency in your training. Your aim should be to stay injury and illness free

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Dublin marathon week 3 schedule training schedule

Dublin marathon week 3 schedule training schedule

Can you do it? Yes you can! We’re now into week 3 of the SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon training programmes. Can you do it? Yes you can! My motto is that you can always achieve as long as you get into the routine and go step by step. For the

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Interval Training Explained

Interval Training Explained

‘Original Interval Training’  The origins of Interval training typically date back to the 1930’s and a man called Dr. Woldemar Gerschler, a German coach who teamed up with a physiologist called Dr. Herbert Reindel. The applied Gerschler’s understanding of the importance of cardiovascular conditioning in the search for a training method

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Different Pace, Different Surfaces

Different Pace, Different Surfaces

An important distinction observed by Gerard Hartman, but often ignored or avoided is that between running and jogging. There’s a difference between running and jogging. At seven-minute-mile pace you’re running. Between seven and eight minutes is what I would call easy running, and beyond eight-minute pace is jogging. ‘Some people

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Find Your Perfect Mile Pace At ALSAA

Find Your Perfect Mile Pace At ALSAA

It’s the Final Call for online entries for tomorrow night’s ( Wednesday) Irish Runner Paced Miles Promotion on the track at ALSAA, Dublin Airport. This is number three in a Series of Irish Runner Paced Miles and online entry is still available for this very popular event that also includes

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Long Runs Build Base

Long Runs Build Base

As an endurance athlete the long run is the backbone of your training program. Run once or twice per week (usually just once), it’s length varies depending on your fitness levels, your target race, injury history, training years, time of year and more. Real-life coaching confirms that this type of

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