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Poles Apart

Matt Long unpicks the ongoing debate around training polarisation  Polarised training is where an athlete spends a high proportion (very roughly 80%) of their training working...

  • 10 principles for training at altitude

    Matt Long offers 10 guiding principles for those of you heading to altitude this Spring. A recent England Athletics Marathon camp...

  • Excuses, excuses

    Excuses sound best to the person who are making them. Robbie Britton assesses when and why the dog eats our homework. ...

  • The magic happening at Cardiff Uni AC

    Cardiff is a running city – think Eldoret, but by the sea and with a rugby stadium in the middle. With...

  • Three tips for runners eyeing up the gym

    Eoin Everard is a chartered physiotherapist with a PhD in Biomechanics and the founder of the BackAware Belt.   *No payment...

  • Competition time!

    In her latest Fast10 blog Susanna Banjo talks us through the step between making it happen in training and then when...

  • The ‘so what’ of biokinetics

    In the second of a 3-part series Matt Long, Darren Reevell and Mark Brace explore the ‘so what’s’ of biokinetics You...

  • The power of habit

    Louise Rudd talks us through the importance of our habits and how they can impact our running Habits – we all...

  • Tales from Kew Gardens

    Now that the dust has settled on the GB marathon trials, Fast Running’s Gill Bland caught up with some of the...

  • Back to the start-line?

    In another Sports Psychology focused piece, Lloyd Emeka talks about Challenge and Threat States in Athletes now that real racing might...

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