Until the world seemed to come to a screeching halt in March, our habits – whether good or bad – were alive and kicking as we went to work or school, trained, slouched on the sofa in the evenings, and more. But with everything turned on its head, many of us find ourselves out of routine, with a lot of us now stuck at home. During the first lockdown we feaatured interviews with a coach or athlete to help you through changes in your training routine. You can still view them all via watch again.
Running expert interviews
Club running is what made me so good and it’s what makes the sport so successful.
Former Olympic sprinter Donna Fraser talks sticky toffee pudding, ballet and pilates.
As runners we all like to think we’re super fit, ready for anything. But Geoff Wightman had his eureka moment in an airport.
A perfect formula to creating your own training plan and progression? Look no further than Olympic bronze medallist Katharine Merry.
50km world record holder Aly Dixon has some serious targets to keep her focussed.
Anyone can take part in athletics; it’s what makes it approachable and achievable.
Easy miles are the secret to success says the London Marathon winner from 37 years ago.
The elite endurance runners explain how new and experienced runners can add confidence to their running.
"I love running because it’s so simple really. It’s all about having fun." says parkrun world record holder.
How to progress training to achieve a little more - for all recreational club runners and RunTogether runners.