Tag - running training

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Julien Wanders: Living for the running sport
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Stair climbing for runners
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VO2max – maximal oxygen uptake
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Marc Lauenstein: From being a top orienteer to being a top trail runner
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10 tips for running training in high temperatures

Julien Wanders: Living for the running sport

Text and photos: Jürg Wirz – this blog entry is provided by the Swiss magazine FIT for LIFE. If you’re interested in reading informative articles about running and endurance sports on a regular basis (in German), click here.       The 22-year-old Julien Wanders from Geneva runs from record to record and is currently[…]

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Stair climbing for runners

Do you want to spice up your training? All you need is a staircase. With different staircase climbing variations you can train your leg strength specific to running and set a new stimulus. So, let’s go and say hello to your staircase challenge! Benefits of stair climbing You train your running-specific strength endurance. Your impression[…]

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VO2max – maximal oxygen uptake

Do you know your own VO2max value? This value is an important parameter when classifying your endurance performance. In the running.COACH training plan, you can calculate your VO2max on the basis of previous finishing times. This will help you to track your performance over a longer period of time. In this blog entry you will[…]

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Marc Lauenstein: From being a top orienteer to being a top trail runner

Marc Lauenstein is a former elite orienteer and, today, a successful trail runner. We wanted to learn more about him an about his way from orienteering to trail running.  It’s 6.00 am. Most people are either still lying in bed or they have just gotten up, still a bit sleepy. Not Marc Lauenstein! He is[…]

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