The 100 Peaks Challenge: The Epic Quest and the Scientists Learning From It
The 100 Peaks Challenge is a supreme test of endurance, spanning 25 days at the edge of human resilience. We interview Karl Rushen who invented this audacious mission in memory of his brother Lloyd, and we talk with the researchers involved who are investigating how individuals respond under extreme duress.
We take a look at why swimming can be a great form of cross training for runners, and the benefits it can provide.
Do you find your tummy filled with butterflies when race day rolls around? Do you start feeling queasy with anxiety about a big event you’ve been focused on for months? Here are our six strategies for managing those jitters…
What goes through your mind when you run a race? How do you perceive yourself as a runner? And how could you benefit from sport psychology? We chat with sport psychologist Helen Davis to find out more about mindset for performance…
After all these months of preparation and hard training, it’s time to focus on making race day the best experience it can be. We’d like to share a few thoughts on how to get the most from your marathon: our ten top tips for marathon race day.
Running coach David Chalfen provides six key pointers for marathon improvers – areas to consider to focus your training and improve your time.
If you’re planning ahead to start training for a half- or full-marathon, it’s important to build a strong endurance base before you begin race-specific training. We explain why, and give some ideas on how to do it.
Could you improve your running by learning how to breathe better? Respiratory Physiotherapist Robin McNelis explains how retraining yourself to breathe better could make a huge difference to your running and more.
Fitness trainer Lin Skinner explains why warming up before running is helpful, and gives some practical examples of exercises with video demos…
Performance Psychologist David Harrison joins us to explain why stepping outside your comfort zone is key to improving performance, and how to do it.
Performance psychologist David Harrison explains how self-belief and confidence help training and performance, and shares some techniques for training your mind for better running.