Run in the Dark 5-week Training Plan

Run in the Dark 5-week Training Plan

5-WEEK TRAINING PLAN - BEGINNER & INTERMEDIATE We’ve all been there… you print out the training plan, vow to follow it religiously… and then life happens. You struggle to get up early in the morning to fit in your training, or to go for a run...
Run in the Dark 8-week Training Plan

Run in the Dark 8-week Training Plan

8-WEEK TRAINING PLAN - 5K & 10K Looking to get your training started, but not sure how where to begin? We’ve got you covered! Our Run in the Dark coach, John O’Regan, has designed training plans to get you ready to run 5km or 10km in 10 weeks....
Staying Motivated

Staying Motivated

There are times when the training can start to feel monotonous and getting out the door can become more of an effort than it was when you first started.  There’s nothing unusual about feeling bored from doing the same thing over and over again and sometimes all you...
Monitoring Progress

Monitoring Progress

Every so often you need to stop and think about how far you’ve come as the progress won’t always be obvious or your training might not be productive. A simple test can be repeating a session from early on in your schedule that you found tough and comparing that with...
Improving Performance: The Fartlek Session

Improving Performance: The Fartlek Session

Once the routine has been established and you’ve spent sufficient time working on your base level fitness you can start thinking about how to improve your performance by getting the most from your available time. It’s still advisable to keep most of your training at...
Staying Injury Free & Safe

Staying Injury Free & Safe

  Running places a lot more stress on the lower limbs than they may be used to and that in turn can lead to running related injuries but in most cases these injuries can be avoided.  In the beginning your fitness level will improve quite quickly as it doesn’t take...
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