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Run School is here to give all levels of runners information and advice to improve their running and to stay injury free. From top physiotherapist, podiatrists, trainers, doctors, coaches, massage therapist, athletes and more knowledgable experts. ‘Run School,’ will keep you informed by only the highest end sources on a regular basis.

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Physical exercise and daily activity are crucial for a long and healthy life. While it's easy to move about, exercise and be active in our younger years, even relatively easy tasks become more difficult with age. This can lead to a much lower quality of life – which compounds...
As winter blankets the northern hemisphere, trail and ultrarunners face a familiar dilemma: the absence of suitable hilly landscapes for training. Across diverse geographical regions, these athletes encounter trails buried under snow, icy patches, or muddy terrain, severely limiting their training options. For those eyeing mountainous events, this lack of terrain access poses a significant hurdle. Thankfully, experienced runners have devised effective strategies to maintain their mountain running prowess.
Mike Allen Q&A with Runner's Tribe Mike Allen, PT, ATC is the UCHealth Director of Rehabilitation Services – South Metro Denver. You've been working with 52-year old Colorado ultra runner Paul Hoover preparing him for his assault on the Leadville 100 this year on August 19. The previous year Paul collapsed at mile...
Running uphill is a demanding task that requires a combination of strength, endurance, technique, and determination. Many runners have mixed feelings about hill running, but there are several reasons to incorporate hills into your training routine.
Hi I’m Keely Waters, 26 years old from Perth, Western Australia. I’m excited to share some of my experiences on my running journey to date. My love for running in particular middle distance running stems from first day of cross country training in high school in year 8. I...
Training Diary Flagstaff 2017 –  - Dr Philo Saunders - Senior Sports Physiologist: AIS: Australia This is a detailed look at the 4 weeks training done at Flagstaff, Arizona during the month of May. Flagstaff is based at an altitude of 2100m and I have been going there with athletes each...
Only over the past two years have I started racing the 800m, training with my squad coached by Peter Fortune. I didn’t come from the typical little athletics background, I mostly just played team sports until I got halfway through high school and found my love for running. I’m...
© 2019 Runner’s Tribe, all rights reserved. “The average I run per day is 11-12 miles for six days a week. But it’s not easy miles” – Bernard Lagat If there is an athlete that epitomizes longevity, then five-time Olympian Bernard Lagat is that man. Lagat has been an elite athlete...
THE FUELLING GAME How to fuel for optimal marathon performance Written By Daniel Wallis - Runner's Tribe Performance in a marathon is about limiting variables. Train hard, recover well and the variables associated with fitness are minimised. Practice pace judgement and the likelihood that you reach your goal starts to maximise. Fuel properly...
Running is a pleasurable and healthy activity. Still, few things can slow a runner down like an unexpected injury. From heel aches to muscle damage, there’s a wealth of problems that any active person may encounter. So, here are some of the most common running ailments and how to...
                   

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