Endurance coach Neil Scholes gives an account of his time working with the Kenyan Olympic Team, sharing the insights he picked up.
I recently came across this great slow-motion footage, shot in the final 800m of the 2011 Boston Marathon. These videos provide a great opportunity to […]
If you’re wondering how to predict your marathon finish time, and how to set your race pace for an upcoming marathon, Neil Scholes might have the answers
Marathon pacing is a skill to practice and if you do you can have a more ‘comfortable’ race and achieve those goal times. If it’s good enough for Mo it’s probably good enough for the rest of us, so sit down with your coach and plan those marathon pace times.
At the start of the race, a great number of runners will go away from you, you can rest assured that like the tide a great number will have gone off too quickly and you’ll see them again! It is mentally more rewarding to be passing runners rather than being passed in the last phase of the race.
What is running cadence? It’s easy to increase your running cadence with running technique coaching tips. You can run more efficiently.