Training
Reduce Your Injury Risk

Reduce Your Injury Risk

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Trails Q&A

Trails Q&A

Never tired of extolling the virtues, JuJu JAY of Mud, Sweat and Runners gathers together and answers the questions most commonly asked about trails I’m a roadrunner. Why would I want to run trails and what’s so special about off-road running? Forest trails with birdsong as backing track and the

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Strength for Distance

Strength for Distance

There’s more to long-distance running than running long distances, insists JEN FEIGHERY. If you want to bring out your full potential, runner-specific strength training is a must. Photos: Donal Glackin. Once upon a time running was believed to be purely about endurance and aerobic fitness. You’d have been hard pressed

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TOP 10 Running Mistakes

TOP 10 Running Mistakes

From beginner to elite, all runners are susceptible to common training errors, mistakes which can be the downfall of any good programme. Cathal Dennehy presents the ten most common offenders, and how you can avoid them. Overtraining With their desire for constant improvement, distance runners are one of the highest-risk

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Less Time, More Running

Less Time, More Running

How you can keep your running on track when you are pushed for time IN an ideal world, we’d all have at least one hour a day to spend running. But, in the real world, quite often 24 hours just isn’t enough time to fit everything in. Lack of time

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Training Schedules from Mile to Half Marathon

Training Schedules from Mile to Half Marathon

Whether you have been running for a while or are a complete beginner, now is a great time to plan for the months ahead, writes Hannah Nolan. To improve your distance or your speed, or both, we will walk you through the plans for various distances to get you working toward

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Basic Strength Exercises

Basic Strength Exercises

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