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Thousands of runners hit streets at TRI-Factor Run-Singapore

SINGAPORE – The TRI-Factor Run and RunSwim brought thousands of runners to East Coast Park yesterday, July 2 in a celebration of sport and fitness for all levels. Not only are there 10.5-kilometer and 21-kilometer race categories for avid and competitive runners, but there...
Posted On Jul 03 2017
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Drills to Improve Run Form and Speed

A video by www.Vo2maxProductions.com. Some dynamic drills that help improve speed, running form, and efficiency. These exercises should be done 2-3 times a week to stimulate the proper neuromuscular pathways that will help you coordinate your gait. The dynamic aspect of these...
Posted On Jun 22 2017
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Triathlon Training: A Beginners Guide to Triathlon Run

By Shem Leong – Singapore triathlon coach at www.ironguides.net As triathlon is viewed largely as an endurance sport, many beginner triathletes like to cover the distance of the run portion of their triathlon at an easy steady pace. While there is definitely a place for the...
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Training: Speed – A Key Skill for Every Endurance Athlete

By Alun Woodward, Online Triathlon Coach, ironguides.net Conventional wisdom and training practices have created a void between coaching of endurance sports and that of high-skill sports such as basketball and soccer. Are these sports really so different in their demands and as...
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Boost your race performance with polarized training

by Sandro Sket, Run Coach at run4speed.com Most runners overlook “polarized training”, perhaps, because it sounds like an extreme approach to running training. Without exception, though, all of the elite runners adhere to it religiously. In fact, they have no other choi...
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Training: Stroke Rate – Cadence – Stride Frequency

By Alun Woodward, coach, ironguides.net One of the 5 systems we look to train when designing a program is called neuromuscular, this term simply means the link between brain and muscle. When we see a regular program we might expect to see sessions set to heart rate or effort...
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6 Tips to Improve Your Run

By Rodrigo Tosta – ironguides.net coach Here are some tips that can be incorporated into your running workouts that can help you on race day: 1st – Try to use a good pair of shoes, because for us to run well, we need first of all, comfort and protection for our feet!...
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A Beginners Guide to Triathlon Run

By Shem Leong, Coach – ironguides.net As triathlon is viewed largely as an endurance sport, many beginner triathletes like to cover the distance of the run portion of their triathlon at an easy steady pace. While there is definitely a place for the LSD ( Long Slow Distance)...
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Treadmill as a Training Tool

Treadmill as a training tool – by Vinnie Santana – ironguides.net The treadmill is a tool that is not explored as much as it should be. It has a reputation of being boring compared to running outside. As much as there is a good deal of truth to this, it also offers many benefits...
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The Complete Guide for Triathlon Running – How to Train and Race

Vinnie Santana –  ironguides.net Head Coach – Bangkok The run leg of a triathlon is generally seen as a relationship of “love or hate” by athletes. For a large number of triathletes with a running background and some experience in the discipline, it can be...