Summer is here and it’s time to take your running shoes out for a spin. As much as we all love the warmth of the sun, running in hot weather can be challenging for even seasoned runners. The Effects of heat on Ultra Running Training can impact all of us and it’s best to be prepared for the summer events.
The British summer may not always provide us with the desired heatwave, but the warmer weather can still have an impact on our running, and with race season approaching, having the right summer gear can mean the difference between a good run and beating your PB.
When your focus is on the event or pushing your limits it’s important to keep an eye on your hydration levels while running. Dehydration can cause a range of symptoms from mild fatigue to more serious conditions. We support all our race participants through medics, marshals and fully stocked pit stops
Trail running is an exhilarating experience that allows you to get close to nature while pushing your physical limits. But as a beginner, it can be daunting to think about how to stay hydrated amidst all the excitement. That’s why we’ve created this guide, covering pre-run, during-run, and post-run hydration strategies.
Preparing for an ultra-marathon takes months of dedicated training, and one important component of that training is tapering. Tapering is the process of reducing your training load and intensity in the weeks leading up to the race, allowing your body to rest and recover before the big day. In this blog, we’ll explore the importance of tapering before an ultra-marathon and how it can help you perform at your best.