Easing Joint Pain in Runners

Easing Joint Pain in Runners

Unfortunately, many runners suffer from running-related joint pain at some point in their running lives. In this article we’re going to look at how we can ease joint pain in runners, providing practical solutions to the issue and preventing more serious issues...
January 19, 2022 — Steve Hoyles
What to Consider When Increasing Your Running Distance from Half Marathons to Full Marathons

What to Consider When Increasing Your Running Distance from Half Marathons to Full Marathons

The step up from a half marathon to a full one is so much more than increasing your distance. In this article we’re going to look at the considerations you need to make before stepping up from 13.1 miles to the full 26.2 distance...
December 13, 2021 — Steve Hoyles
The Art of the Recovery Run

The Art of the Recovery Run

One of the staple elements of an effective running programme is recovery - a well-used strategy by coaches is the recovery run. This blog looks at the effect of recovery runs on overall fitness and performance levels...
September 06, 2021 — Steven Hoyles
Training for a Half Marathon

Training for a Half Marathon

A lot of people get half marathon training completely wrong, often because they don’t give it the respect it deserves. Here’s how you should train for a half marathon based on what the science says.
March 01, 2021 — Stephen Hoyles
The Scientific Approach to Recovering After Endurance, Marathon and Ironman Events

The Scientific Approach to Recovering After Endurance, Marathon and Ironman Events

There’s a marked difference between the recovery you need on a day to day basis and the recovery you need on the back of an ironman or marathon. See how science and KYMIRA help to improve your post-event recovery.
January 21, 2021 — Stephen Hoyles
Nikki Love Runs Across Australia - Rehabilitation

Nikki Love Runs Across Australia - Rehabilitation

Injury rehabilitation after running 2500 miles in 63 days. KYMIRA endorsed Adventure Runner, Nikki Love chats to us about her journey and the use of KYMIRA products that helped her.
December 02, 2020 — Nikki Love and Kieran Blay
Winter Training Preparation – Maximising Training Time in Cold Conditions

Winter Training Preparation – Maximising Training Time in Cold Conditions

Depending on your sport, the training and competition cycle is a year round endeavour. To ensure your training doesn’t suffer in the winter, we’ve put together this article on maximising training time in cold conditions.
October 15, 2020 — Stephen Hoyles
Nikki Love Runs Australia Interview 2- Perform

Nikki Love Runs Australia Interview 2- Perform

KYMIRA endorsed Adventure Runner, Nikki Love is about to run 2500 miles in 63 days on a treadmill in her house! Sounds crazy – it is crazy, but that’s what’s great about it! Learn more about it here…
September 29, 2020 — Daisy hacking
Nikki Love Runs Australia Interview 1- Prepare

Nikki Love Runs Australia Interview 1- Prepare

KYMIRA endorsed Adventure Runner, Nikki Love is about to run 2500 miles in 63 days on a treadmill in her house! Sounds crazy – it is crazy, but that’s what’s great about it! Learn more about it here…
August 24, 2020 — Tim Brownstone & Nikki Love
Core Training For Runners – Run Away From Bad Advice

Core Training For Runners – Run Away From Bad Advice

The core is key to running form. It provides power transfer, stability and injury prevention. We'll show you how to build a core strength training programme for running.
May 12, 2020 — Stephen Hoyles
How to Avoid Knee Pain For Runners

How to Avoid Knee Pain For Runners

If you’re a runner, I’d be willing to bet a sizeable chunk of change that at some point you’ve suffered from some degree of knee pain. It’s almost a certainty for most of us, unless you’re either very lucky or very well-prepared! 
March 09, 2020 — Stephen Hoyles
Post Run Nutrition - What Do Studies Say?

Post Run Nutrition - What Do Studies Say?

Nearly every runner you meet has an opinion on post-run nutrition – some treat a tough run as a great excuse to eat extra food. Others take a more scientific approach and look to replenish only what they’ve burned. The approach you take is usually determined by your competitive level, because the needs a weekend warrior and a professional athlete are somewhat different.
March 02, 2020 — Stephen Hoyles