In this book, cross-training includes any form of training that improves your fitness, performance, or recovery that isn’t running —swimming, cycling, yoga, and core and resistance training. It forms an…
Once you have set your goals and prepared yourself, it’s time to plan your training. This book contains the tools and technical information to set up a training regime and…
UNDERSTAND YOUR GENER AL HE ALTH AND HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT LE VEL OF INTENSITY IN YOUR TRAINING. Your health and fitness should be your main priority as a…
Buy shoes from a store that specializes in running gear, and make sure they are appropriate for your running style and intensity as well as the shape of your foot.…
Before you start running, think about what you want to achieve. Your training will benefit strongly from advance planning and clear objectives—set yourself goals that are challenging and inspiring, but…
Now that you have completed a foundation program and have successfully competed in your first 5–k (3.1–mile) races, you will have built up your running fitness. Enjoy the sensation of…
Your training schedule should be balanced, structured, and not excessive. It must include plenty of rest and also fit in with your other commitments, such as work and family. If…
Once you have built a healthy day-to-day diet, the next step is to tailor it according to the requirements of a training schedule (see pp.86–87). Running is an intensive physical…
water Seizes Between 50 and 60 Percent of your weight. As it helps many of The Body's Procedures, including perspiring to balance a body temperature, and 92 percent of blood…
A comparative study An effect Between massage cups And Hot & Cold Hydrotherapy Showers On Speed healing runners In general athletes. researcher - Khalid Mansour The study extract: A comparative…
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