Category Archives for "Running Philosophy"

How to Achieve Pain Free Running

Workshop: How to Achieve Pain Free Running

Running is an abrasive sport which can cause physical and mental stress. In this workshop we’ll discuss how you can prevent these pains from occurring to ensure you can continue to progress in running fitness....

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Running How to do it Better

Running: How to do it Better – Insights from the Cheltenham Science Festival

Two key messages shone through to me as I sat and listened to former Olympian and world renowned sports scientist Greg Whyte and sports nutritionist and Ironman triathlete Asker Jeukendrup at the Cheltenham Science Festival talk. Follow a Programme Increase your Strength Hit all aspects of running fitness There was a fair bit of talk about fueling […]

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How to Run Further

Workshop: How to Run Further

How do you know whether you have enough time to prepare for a running event? In this workshop we’ll explain what distances you should aim to achieve in training and when to achieve them in relation to your event. We’ll also explain how to progress your distances in a safe and effective way....

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Peter Baylis

Running for Weight Loss – A Revisited Beginner’s Story: Peter Baylis

If you’ve ever tried to lose weight and keep it off then you know what a challenge it can be. In this clip from our Beginner’s Running Workshop, Peter tells his story of running the Great North Run twice and the lessons he’s learned between then and joining Cheltenham Running Club’s Couch to 5k Programme.# […]

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2 How to Run Faster

The Beginners Workshop: Becoming a Runner

Do you struggle to make running a sustainable and motivating form of exercise? Starting to run can be hard work, with little reward. Learn why most people fail to succeed in running and how you can buck the trend.  We’ll discuss things like: how to become a runner how to eat to ensure a comfortable […]

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How to Run Further in Cheltenham

Workshop: How to Run Faster

Are you struggling to beat a personal best? Feel like you hit a brick wall and just cannot reduce your race times? In this workshop we’ll explain the various ways you can unlock speed and beat personal best times using a combination of training, nutrition and mental skills....

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From Couch to 5k – The Journey of a Beginner Runner

I’m writing this post at week 11 of my first programme with Cheltenham Running Club. I’ve been in the 6kph group following the Couch to 5k programme and last night was my light-bulb moment. For what felt like the first time in my life, I experienced the true joy that running can bring. Everything felt good: my breathing; […]

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