Running

  • Winter Triathlon Training: Acceleration Run

    25th December 2010

    Warm up this winter and up your speed with this acceleration run session from 2:18-marathon runner Nigel Leighton Slowly building your pace lets you warm up and then run fast with less chance of injury During an acceleration run you…

  • Glute Exercises For Triathletes

    24th December 2010

    Glue exercises to avoid triathlon injuries with advice from physiotherapist Barry Edwards Triathlon training through the cold of winter can lead to injury unless you’re careful If you want to avoid running injuries this winter, it’s time to stop thinking…

  • Winter Triathlon Training: Improve Your Running

    23rd December 2010

    Boost your running fitness over winter with these key lessons from top coach Martin Yelling Winter is a fantastic time for triathletes to improve their running. Setting yourself a running challenge can help keep you motivated, focussed and ready for…

  • Training: Run your best 10k

    15th November 2010

    Focus on all-out 10k speed over winter, and you’ll be strides ahead when you come to race next summer, says coaching editor Phil Mosley Being a better triathlete and running a fast 10k go hand in hand. Whether you’re training…

  • Triathlon Training: Off-Road Running

    7th November 2010

    Get ready for winter racing with 2009 ITU World Champion Alistair Brownlee’s guide to getting mucky on the run I’ve always loved running, but I far prefer going cross country to running on the road. Running through the mud feels…

  • Finish Faster Part Three – How To Start Triathlon Running

    31st October 2010

    TriRadar editor Elizabeth Hufton shows new triathletes how to start running, or how to change the way you run when you begin training for triathlon, in the final part of our special about tri-specific running. You can train for a…

  • How To Run An Ironman Marathon

    30th October 2010

    Three key lessons to mastering the Ironman marathon If you’re planning on racing an Ironman, you might need to change the way you think about training, racing and eating. Even if you’re a seasoned triathlete at shorter distances or a…

  • Finish Faster Part One – Olympic Distance

    29th October 2010

    Dr Martin Yelling offers some great tips on how to train better for the running leg of an Olympic distance triathlon, in the first of our three-part special about tri-specific running. Quality is everything in run training for Olympic or…

  • Shin Splints – What They Are And How To Stop Them

    2nd October 2010

    Recover from shin splints and stop them coming back by following our preventative steps Shin splints are an injury that every runner or triathlete fears. Often triggered by many hours running on roads and repeated exposure to hard surfaces, symptoms…

  • Running Technique: Look Good, Go Faster

    1st September 2010

    Sharpen your technique in five minutes by working on your running efficiency… What? Watch a triathlon or 10k road race and you’ll notice how smoothly the lead runners glide over the Tarmac, compared to the rest of the field. As…