Running can be tough for those who are in shape and the ones who are merely beginners. Little changes — from your nutrition to your shoes and schedule – can make a huge difference when it comes to boosting your running performance.
For marathoners and triathletes the words “5 kilometres” mean how much distance is left in a race. It’s not normally associated with a full race. However, athletes and sports enthusiasts should consider the many benefits that come with running short distances. Here are some examples:
If you are looking to enter the world of triathlons a runner, cyclist, swimmer or sports amateur, brick training is probably a new concept.
When training for an endurance event such as a triathlon, good quality sleep is as essential as balanced nutrition and physical training. Many athletes would recommend sleeping up to 12 hours rather than the minimum 8. Even expert coaches recommend sleeping as it’s your main source of rest.
Adjusting three sports is sufficiently troublesome, yet life doesn’t stop for marathon preparing, and athletes need to adjust their timetables according to work, family and rest.