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Training: Back to the future Track & Field Training: Back to the future

AW coaching ed David Lowes considers whether the old training methods stand up

Ankle injuries Cross/Fell/Trail Ankle injuries

Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries to runners and repeated injuries to the area should not be ignored, writes Mark Buckingham

Club night: Reading AC Cross/Fell/Trail Club night: Reading AC

We begin a new series looking at what’s going on at a club training evening or a weekend morning nationwide

Cross purposes Cross/Fell/Trail Cross purposes

In their final article in the series, Matt Long and David Lowes assess cross country tactics by speaking with national champion Steve Vernon

New Year’s Day training Cross/Fell/Trail New Year’s Day training

New year, new you? Athletes should use the new year as an opportunity to reflect on the past 12 months and look ahead to a 2015 packed with PBs!

Marathon training plan: Advanced Road Marathon training plan: Advanced

Check out this 16-week training plan if you’re running a spring marathon and aiming for a time of around three hours

Fartlek running: Playing with speed Cross/Fell/Trail Fartlek running: Playing with speed

Fartlek running has influenced some of the past greats and it’s still as effective today

Marathon training plan: Intermediate Road Marathon training plan: Intermediate

If you’re working towards a spring marathon and aiming for a time of around four hours check out this 18-week training plan

Marathon training plan: Beginner Road Marathon training plan: Beginner

If you’re training for your first marathon as a bit of a beginner to the longer distance running scene here’s a 20-week plan which might help you on your way

The high pull Track & Field The high pull

The high pull is one of the most important Olympic lift variations and also one of the best posterior chain builder exercises, writes Antonio Robustelli

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