Complete Endurance Running's philosophy is that becoming a better runner is not all about simply running more. Of course, volume is imperative to progress, but building a stronger and more mobile body is also crucial to becoming faster and remaining injury free.
Perhaps you're struggling to improve your times, or maybe you're becoming increasingly frustrated by recurring injuries. If so, Complete Endurance Running provides a variety of coaching services that can solve such issues. To find out more, please click here.
If you've ever experienced injury, you'll know how incredibly frustrating it is! Whilst there are some factors that are out of your control, it's essential to do everything you can if you want to get back on the road as soon as possible. Here's some advice to take on board if you're currently injured.
Strength training doesn't have to be carried out in a gym but they do offer the equipment and an environment that's conducive to making progress. An issue is that many people understandably find these spaces intimidating. If you'd like to hit the gym more but you're feeling nervous about doing so, then read on.
Runners who don't feel any tension prior to a race are a very rare breed. If you've suffered from pre-race nerves, it means that you care about your performance and you want all the hard work you've put in to pay off. Here, we look at ways to make sure nerves don't get the better of you on race day.
Shin splints has become a household term for runners but it isn’t really a clinical diagnosis - at least not in the way you might think. Anterior shin pain (as a general term) could cover a few different injuries. We'll look at those in this article as well as discussing possible treatments and solutions.
By using correct form when hill running you have the ability to optimise your efficiency, limit the pain you feel during the climb and speed up your recovery once you reach the top. In this article, you'll find 5 simple tips that you can adopt to ensure you're running up gradients with good technique.
If you've carried out a training programme you'll know that it can be overwhelming. The amount of miles you have to cover, the pace you have to run those miles at, logging everything everything you've done, sharing it on social media etc. Occasionally running 'naked' can counteract such overwhelm.