Beginner Triathlete - Run articles

author : econway
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photoWith my first triathlon scheduled for March, when should I start to worry/concentrate on getting faster? And how do I get faster?
author : Amy Kuitse
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photoWhen we do or don’t use the treadmill is not so much the issue as to how we use it. When is it appropriate to use a treadmill for your workouts?
author : mikericci
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photoThe misconception of LSD is that it’s easy. What I have learned over the years is that LSD or "running slow" is relative to each person.
author : KenMierke
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photoDespite what most runners and their coaches believe, technique plays an enormous role in sustained fast running.
author : tri-en
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photoIf you are like many runners you may be frustrated at racing 5K distances and never being able to run them faster. Improve your race pace with this flexible 12 week program.
author : smeeko
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photoA few factors are at the basis of increasing running speed. In my experience these factors are: variety, “pain,” time and injury prevention.
author : smeeko
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avatarI decided to list a few interesting workouts to increase speed.
author : gsmacleod
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photoTaking the time to have your running form analyzed can help many athletes run further, faster or both!
author : ChiRunning
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photoDanny Dreyer, Founder and Head Coach of Chi Running, will discuss how to improve your transition from the bike to the run.
author : ahohl
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photoA comprehensive look at a controversial trend-- for triathletes like you
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photoThis article outlines ways to increase your running cadence while also getting the benefits of reduced injury.
author : mikericci
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photoStudies have shown a correlation between pedaling at a high cadence and running at a high cadence, which leads to faster running. The shorter your ground contact time , the less chance for injury.
author : AMSSM
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photoSports medicine doc weighs in on the pros and cons of barefoot running
author : ChiRunning
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photo“The absence of unnecessary effort,” means that if you don't do any more than is necessary (to accomplish an activity), you won't waste your energy and feel drained afterwards.
author : smeeko
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avatarHow to fit in a running workout in 30 minutes or less for a busy lifestyle
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