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Carbohydrate periodisation for improved performance
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Miniband exercises for runners
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Alternative Training in Summer
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10 Tips for Running Training at High Temperatures
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Meet our Gold Coach Alexandre Roch
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Snacks for Runners
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The last two weeks before a competition
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Meet our Gold Coach Stefanie Meyer
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New running.COACH ambassador: Frank Shorter
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Starting the day with power – the runner’s breakfast

Carbohydrate periodisation for improved performance

Periodisation of carbohydrate intake in endurance sports – a possibility to efficiently enhance performance and to burn fat. Several pieces of a puzzle contribute to your running performance as a whole. When you first start running, progress will come quickly. However, one day you will reach a point when it becomes difficult to set new[…]

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Miniband exercises for runners

Why not do some strength exercises after a running session or even replace the session with them completely? They do not only make you stronger and more resistent to injuries, but also faster. You don’t necessarily need a gym for that. Your own body weight and minibands are enough to challenge yourself. We have put[…]

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Alternative Training in Summer

A lot of sunshine, high temperatures and long days often make you want to move a training session to a shady place, close to a lake or on top of a mountain. We are going to show you what kind of alternative trainings that are especially suitable during this hot time of the year. They[…]

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Meet our Gold Coach Stefanie Meyer

Our Gold coach Stefanie Meyer is Swiss, but has been living in London for almost three years. The sports scientist and former sports teacher has years of experience in different running distances, as well as triathlon. As a mum of a daughter, she has to find a way to combine running with everyday family life and[…]

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New running.COACH ambassador: Frank Shorter

We introduced him, Frank Shorter, back in our series: running legends. The running legend can look back on extraordinary achievements, which were the result of a special training philosophy. His knowledge is now also finding its way into running.COACH: Frank Shorter, the Olympic champion in marathon 1972 in Munich, is our new ambassador – we[…]

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Starting the day with power – the runner’s breakfast

In our series #RUNNINGFOOD we give you practical tips for runners’ meals; we’d like to start with a few breakfast inputs. Proteins, carbohydrates and good fatty acids: a good breakfast includes all three main nutrients. Depending on the goal, point of time and taste, you can choose your favourite version.  Two categories, two priorities Breakfast[…]

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