Temperatures drop and the night arrives earlier. Autumn and winter are seasons when the motivation of a runner is put to the test. It is often tempting to stay at home rather than going out in the cold. By being well equipped and by adapting your running training, running in the cold is quite possible 😉 Let’s see how to do it!
Have you decided to follow a training plan to reach your goals, perhaps with the RunMotion Coach app? In addition to the traditional endurance runs, it’s a safe bet that you will find interval sessions. Let’s see together how to do them well and how they should be laid out.
Are you looking for a personalised marathon training plan to reach your goals? Do you want to be a finisher or aim for a specific time? Less than 5 hours, less than 4 hours, less than 3.30 hours, less than 3 hours, less than 2.45 hours? Let’s look together at the main points of marathon preparation and a marathon training plan.
Recovery is an important part of running training. Taking care of recovery allows you to best schedule your sessions and fully assimilate the benefits of your training. The more you increase the mileage and intensity of the sessions, the more essential it becomes. We will explain the important elements of recovery: the 3 pillars and some bonuses.