Mileage can be defined as the distance one accumulates over a period of time. For example, someone might say they averaged 50km/week over 3 months while training for a marathon. Mileage can be a tricky topic. Runners are unique based on age, gender, athletic background, body type, time commitments etc. But together with pace, how
Ah! The pre-race jitters or the feeling we get on the morning of the race day. Anyone who runs can relate to this feeling irrespective of whether you are a professional athlete or someone who has just started running. Hence, it is not something we can escape but the key is to learn to manage
These days, many people will not think of heading out for a run without a GPS tracker of some sort, be it a tracking app on the mobile phone, or a GPS watch. A GPS watch can provide the runner with data such as distance, time elapsed, pace, speed, calories burnt and even heart rate.
If you’ve ever come to one of Running Department’s Saturday training sessions, you may be familiar with a sign like this: During the training leading up to races such as Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon, Running Department offers a wide range of pace groups between 5:20/km to 7:49/km to train with every Saturday. These