fbpx
The Famous Kenyan Runners Diet

The Famous Kenyan Runners Diet

So, what is it that they are mainly eating? There are several staples which most meals seem to revolve around. Ugali: made from maize meal, it is cooked in water to form a sort of corn cake. High in starch, very plain flavour.

read more
The Famous Kenyan Runners Diet

The Famous Kenyan Runners Diet

So, what is it that they are mainly eating? There are several staples which most meals seem to revolve around. Ugali: made from maize meal, it is cooked in water to form a sort of corn cake. High in starch, very plain flavour.

read more

No Results Found

The page you requested could not be found. Try refining your search, or use the navigation above to locate the post.

No Results Found

The page you requested could not be found. Try refining your search, or use the navigation above to locate the post.

Mo Farah’s Coach: Alberto Salazar – Interview (Nike Cross Nationals) Part 2

Mo Farah’s Coach: Alberto Salazar – Interview (Nike Cross Nationals) Part 2

“You have that 8-10 week intense level there and if we’ve got 4 weeks of tapering down to the race, the last five weeks right before that (9 weeks to 4 weeks out from competition) that’s where we’re at, our optimum level, in terms of the very fastest and hardest workouts, and I know that if I started that too early, like 3-4 weeks before that, we wouldn’t be able to hold it.”

read more
Mo Farah’s Coach: Alberto Salazar – Interview (Nike Cross Nationals) Part 2

Mo Farah’s Coach: Alberto Salazar – Interview (Nike Cross Nationals) Part 2

“You have that 8-10 week intense level there and if we’ve got 4 weeks of tapering down to the race, the last five weeks right before that (9 weeks to 4 weeks out from competition) that’s where we’re at, our optimum level, in terms of the very fastest and hardest workouts, and I know that if I started that too early, like 3-4 weeks before that, we wouldn’t be able to hold it.”

read more

Subscriber? Login here to unlock all articles!

X

Forgot Password?

Join Us