The concept of Tabata training is simple:
Sprint as hard as you can for 20 seconds
Jog/walk for 10 seconds
Repeat these intervals 8 times
That's it. 4-minutes and you're done. And before you write this off as some lame fad, let's talk about the science.
Tabata training was developed in Tokyo, Japan at the National Institute of Fitness and ...
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With Christmas right around the corner, we thought we better get out a list of the best gifts for runners. You can send this to your friends and family, so they know what to get you.
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Some of us never run without music, while some enjoy the quiet solitude of a trail running and listening only to the sounds of nature and our breathing. Whatever your taste, few can say that they’ve never been lifted up by the perfect song at the perfect time on a tough run.
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I just finished reading my favorite running book of all time, Dr. George Sheehan’s masterpiece Running and Being. You can already see my bias coming into the review, but here goes…
This book was written in 1978, a time when running (or jogging as many referred to it back then) was starting to explode, but . . . → Read More: Running and Being : A Book Review
I’m sure you’ve heard that you should warm-up before any strenuous exercise, they even teach that in elementary school gym class. But what they fail to do is explain why. And because of that, most of us ignore that old wise-tale that it’s important to warm up, and we just cut to . . . → Read More: The Secret To Getting The Most Out Of A Run – The Warmup
This article was written by Jeff Gaudette. Jeff is a running coach at premiercoachingonline.com
The most common question I get from both beginner and veteran marathoners alike is: “What should I eat during the week and the morning of the Marathon race?” It’s a great question and a very important part of success on race day. Since . . . → Read More: Pre-Marathon Nutrition