Category - Running Tips

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Running on snowy ground: a tricky business
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Ultramarathon with running.COACH
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Running training in low temperatures
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Running Inspiration: Starting January energetically
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Taper Week vs. Recovery Week
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Calum Neff: Mileage Motivation
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Jumps: Should you include them in your running training?
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Everything We Should Learn from Running Legend Grete Waitz
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Efficient Injury Prevention
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Do’s and Don’ts for Beginners

Running on snowy ground: a tricky business

Running has long become a sport for  all seasons, including winter. Many people even find running in the snow especially appealing. But caution! Training on snow poses some challenges to our locomotor system, which need to be handled right. Here the best tips. You can see your own breath in front of your eyes, your[…]

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Ultramarathon with running.COACH

Ultramarathons are running competitions longer than a regular marathon distance. Previously, it was not possible for running.COACH users to define goals for distances longer than 42,2km. We have now removed this limit, so that you can also define target competitions exceeding the marathon distance. Running.COACH is best designed for distances between 5km and the marathon.[…]

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Running training in low temperatures

Hello, Winter Wonderland! Or should we say, hello cold temperatures and frozen, icy roads? One thing is for sure: winter and running training aren’t mutually exclusive. However, it is worth noting certain points and you might have to make some adaptations in your training in some cases.    We are going to show you how[…]

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Running Inspiration: Starting January energetically

Most resolutions are abandoned after a while. This is why we want to give you some inspiration for the beginning of the year. We would like to present you our 10 tips to help you getting some energy for the new running year and which should improve your performance level and increase your joy of[…]

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Calum Neff: Mileage Motivation

“Practice makes perfect”, it couldn’t be any truer than in running. To become a better runner, you have to run, a lot. Gold Coach Calum Neff is no stranger to mileage and has some tips for staying motivated when your schedule says to “go long”. Why run mileage? A majority of any training program will[…]

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Efficient Injury Prevention

Unfortunately, injuries are very common in connection with running. Two thirds of all runners are injured at least once a year and need to abstain from, or at least adjust their training. In this entry we try to investigate the reasons for that and we present possible preventive measures helping you avoid injuries. Injuries are[…]

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Do’s and Don’ts for Beginners

You are an absolute beginner who wants to take up running? Whatever drives you, there are some principles you should follow. If you stick to the do’s and don’ts below and if you are ready to invest some time and patience, it is very likely that your introduction into running will be successful. How to[…]

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