Training & workouts Articles

Why you need to run long

Why you need to run long

The Long Run is a staple in most runners weekly training schedule and is often seen as the base for building aerobic endurance. Ideally, the purpose and goal of your long run is to teach your body to sustain running for an extended period of time, without failure and...

Competing in your first Ironman

Competing in your first Ironman

Ironman Triathlon   An Ironman Triathlon consists of a 3.8km swim, 180km ride and the marathon (42.2km run). Training for this all-day-multisport endurance event can take up to 3-6 months of preparation depending on your athletic history.   An Ironman Triathlon...

Home exercises for runners

Home exercises for runners

Sometimes it’s just not feasible or desirable to train outdoors. Brooks Beasts coach Danny Mackey shares a sweat-inducing routine you can do inside.   Work(out) from home Bad weather? Traveling in an area that lacks familiar or safe running paths? Alien invasion?...

Training with heart rate

Training with heart rate

Why Train with Heart Rate? Because by monitoring your heart rate, you know exactly how hard your body is working. Getting the most out of training doesn’t always require working faster or harder: it requires working smarter. Heart rate training equips you with the...

Training tips for your first ultra marathon

Training tips for your first ultra marathon

Last May I ran my first ultra marathon at the Great Ocean Road. It was one of the most incredible experiences in my life and the hardest so far. I like to say that the most difficult part wasn’t the 60k from the ultra marathon but all the preparation involved to it....

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