16 Week Marathon Training Plan

16 Week Marathon Training Plan

Training for a Marathon in 16 weeks and 3 phases Training for the marathon is never going to be easy. The marathon is the ultimate running challenge and you need to be focused, disciplined and motivated to get through it. But don’t worry; you will reap the rewards...
5 New Year Resolutions That Runners Make

5 New Year Resolutions That Runners Make

  Set Goals Motivation is a key part of maintaining a great training routine. Without motivation it can become very difficult to put those trainers on after a hard days work or even if things are looking a bit wet and windy outside. Setting goals is the best way...
The Different Types of Training

The Different Types of Training

Even the most experienced runners are constantly asking themselves, ‘how fast should I be running’? Most of us started running by getting out of the door and running a similar loop at a similar pace every day. You may have found that this got you fit quite quickly,...
The Recovery Run

The Recovery Run

The recovery or steady run is going to be the most common type of run in a runner’s training schedule. These runs are basically designed to prepare the body for the ‘real’ training sessions of the plan, such as interval sessions, threshold sessions and the Races/Time...
Ben’s Blog – The Quest to London – November

Ben’s Blog – The Quest to London – November

Welcome back to my November update on my quest to London. November was a big month for me as I ran my first ever Half Marathon! I ran this race with the intention of running the qualifying time for the London Marathon, and I’m thankful to say that I was rewarded for...