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Hi, I am looking to race 5km in a few months time and I have been doing the MAF running in preparation for the races. But I also do boxing circuits 3 times
I have done 10 runs in the maf method. I am 49 years old and I am supposed to stay at 126 My pace is 9:40 per km and sometimes slower Is this normal?
I was forced to stop running @ 55 due to heel bump. I turned to an elliptical. Now @ 65 heel completely healed, can I try running? Nicole's reply: Hi,
I have been advised by my podiatrist to get a shoe with less flexible sole as I have arthritis in my big toe. I have been using asics 2000gt for years
Stryd footpod review. As a recreational runner, I've been using Stryd for a year now on both road and trail to see if I could improve my race times..
Only starting. Four months to marathon. Will I have enough time to stick with programme and compete? Nicole's reply: Hi Paddy, thanks for the question.
Hi Nicole, I just hit my one year mark MAF running and I need advice. 1) I still have to jog/walk at 14/15 minute miles even though I have improved. I
My heart rate at 8 min miles is 130, I am 35 so is should run at 145 in theory. That would mean about 7:30/7:20 for me. My coach says this is too fast
Hi Nicole, I am 46 years old. I just started using MAF method during my runs. It is painfully slow. It is around 11.36 per km. I am trying to maintain
If you get caught out and find yourself running during a thunderstorm, follow some simple rules in order to stay safe
Hi, I have just done the Tarawera 54k ultra & have the UTA50 coming up in May. That gives me 12 weeks. Can I incorporate MAF in such a short time with
Hi Nicole, Do I have to watch my carbs intake with MAF training method? I started MAF training method a couple of months ago for 5 training sessions
These women runners may not all be the fastest or the fittest but they certainly are inspirational
Are you feeling the pain of knee bursitis? Here's what you need to know.
A slow runner is still a runner! You can get fitter running slower than faster.