Staying Healthy by Running Easily

 Running Easy Many athletes train too hard for optimal results. They run their longer runs just a little bit too fast, burning up glycogen stores and wondering why they get tired, sore, and injured, and wondering why they can’t shake minor upper respiratory tract...

Heart Rate Training

To work out your training intensities, I believe that the Karvonen method is the best. It relies on your own maximal heart rate and lowest resting heart rate to define intensities. This is all outlined in my book, Healthy Intelligent Training, however we’ll go over...

Endurance Training Explained: Part 1

Somewhere I said that if an idea wasn’t simple enough to be written down on a matchbox, then it was probably too complicated to get across. So, on that premise, my ‘matchbox’ contribution is that the total volume of low-intensity aerobic base training completed before...