Category - Allgemein

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Download on Garmin watches
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running.COACH: Dynamic Updates
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Running during pregnancy
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Photo campaign #runthissummer and share your moments
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Pacing Strategies: What Runner Type are You?
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Calum Neff: World Record Interview
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How often should you train?
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The long run – 5 different ways to maximise your training.

Download on Garmin watches

Running.COACH is constantly developing. All owners of a Garmin watch can now profit from a direct download of our trainings onto their watch.  Up to know, the trainings could be transferred from the watches to running.COACH. This data is important for the analysis of the trainings done by running.COACH (dynamic updates). You can now even[…]

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Photo campaign #runthissummer and share your moments

Summertime is holiday time. As well as running time? There are probably two types of people: some use their spare time to excessively dedicate themselves to training. However, there surely are those amongst you, who, once on holiday, take a break from training as well, even if they are actually training for a goal set[…]

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Pacing Strategies: What Runner Type are You?

It’s competition time. The hard training weeks are behind you. Now, it is important to recover well and to turn your training into results. One decisive factor in order to succeed is your strategy for the race. Competitions are all about finding the right pace. So how can you do that? There are three different[…]

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Calum Neff: World Record Interview

Ten days ago, our gold coach Calum Neff beat the half marathon world record with a stroller finishing the Katy Half Marathon in 1:11:27. Read this exclusive interview with our new in-house hero. First of all congrats to your amazing performance at the Katy Half Marathon! Can you tell us where you’re coming from and[…]

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How often should you train?

You should coordinate your training frequency with your previous training volume, your running goals, your ambitions, and, of course, with the rest of your life. Always remember that training and recovery go together and need to be in a healthy relationship. Moreover, be advised to gently increase the training frequency if you want to remain[…]

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