Our Running Pushchair

I love the outdoors and love the places that fitness can take you.  It’s important to me that I get back moving postpartum so that I’m fit and strong enough to keep  up with my boy for years to come.  Childcare support is limited, moving and outdoor time is great for my mental and physical Read more about Our Running Pushchair[…]

Taper Time – What the science says.

If you’re a runner gearing up for a big race, chances are you’ve heard of tapering. Tapering is the process of reducing your training volume and intensity in the days and weeks leading up to a race to help your body recover, reduce fatigue, and perform at its best on race day. But how exactly Read more about Taper Time – What the science says.[…]

Eccentric Strength for Endurance Performance

Eccentric strength training involves the lengthening of a muscle under load, which can lead to improvements in strength, power, and endurance. Here are some key findings that support the use of eccentric strength training for endurance performance: Eccentric training can improve running economy. Running economy refers to the amount of oxygen consumed during running at Read more about Eccentric Strength for Endurance Performance[…]

Top 5 tips for first timers at UTA

UTA2021 saw more ‘first timers’ join us than ever before and with interest in trail running only growing we’ll certainly be sharing the trails with fresh faces and clean trail shoes this coming May. So what should those new trail runners know about UTA ahead of time? 1) Train, train like you have never trained Read more about Top 5 tips for first timers at UTA[…]