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Are you ready?

Training for the Milan marathon the question that keeps popping up during the build-up is “are you ready?” The goal of any training block is, of...

  • Run to the source

    Martin Johnson embarks on his most challenging run, as he explores the connection between Black British history and the River Thames....

  • Be specific with paces

    In the final piece in our series, James Thie talks specifically to Matt Long about starting the marathon journey with 2h11m...

  • Variety is the spice of life

    Olympian and former World Record Holder Aly Dixon tells Matt Long about variational and fractional running. You will recall the first...

  • Tweaking the training

    England masters athlete Claire Martin tells Matt Long about how she modifies sessions to optimise her training. Thus far in our...

  • Widening the load

    Debbie Matchett tells Matt Long about how extending her training microcycle has helped her perform at the highest level as a...

  • 2021, A Review: Part 1

    We gave James Rhodes a challenge, to review the whole year in a set word count. One out of two isn’t bad....

  • Top stories of 2021

    Another year flies, or trundles, by and it’s time to look back on what stories got us interested this year. Our...

  • Back to winning ways after 16 years and six kids

    Sarahjane Cooke hit the headlines this past weekend with a blistering 16:37 parkrun in Belfast, her fastest yet, but the returning star...

  • Mastering those diminishing returns

    Top masters athlete Chris Hollinshead talks to Matt Long about the optimisation of training for Masters athletes and the impact of training load....

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