The old adage of ‘you get out what you put in’ couldn’t be more true when it comes to running. As a result, training for any running event including the iconic Sun Run requires a certain degree commitment and discipline. That means getting clear on what you need to do to prepare yourself for the rigours of race day. Read more here.
A balanced approach to your Sun Run training is always best and as a part of your program, Run Theory recommends including Interval training. Interval training is an exercise strategy that alternates short periods of intense anaerobic exercise with less intense periods of recovery. Read more here.
According to research from Sports Medicine Australia, 70% of runners will experience an injury each year. Ask just about any runner what their worst nightmare is and they’ll likely say, getting injured! Read more here.
To run faster, faster, every athlete needs to incorporate two critical training principles into their program. The first is a personalised, adaptive and varied training program. The second is adequate and timely rest. Read more here.
When it comes to training there are few that train harder than Run Theory’s coach and elite athlete James Thorp. JT is a firm believer that ‘failing to prepare is preparing to fail’ and as a result, he takes his race prep very seriously. Here are his top 10 tips on how to prep like a pro so you too can be ready to run your best race. Read more here.