To answer this question, we have enlisted the help of SAYSKY athlete and running coach Sebastian Reinwand. He's one of the fastest runners in Germany, with a marathon PB of 2:15:27 and many years of experience in running and coaching. So, listen up and take notes.
This guide is brought to you in collaboration with SAYSKY athlete Paul Navesey, who's on the British national team and a very fast runner on all distances from the 5k to the full marathon. Paul is also a personal trainer and running coach, so who better to ask about how to gun for a faster 5k time.
Having just been cruising the streets of Amsterdam for the SAYSKY Sub Rosa race, it seemed logical to tie this into our third instalment in the where-to-run series. The local tips are brought to you by Running Junkies co-founder Ryan Tjin.
This is the second instalment in the where-to-run series, and we're going to Berlin - arguably, the running capital of the world. Berlin boasts the fastest and most popular marathon race on the planet, while the social running scene is next level with crews all over the city.
If you're intrigued by the extremity and enduring nature of ultra running, then we'd encourage you to read this guide carefully. We've had a talk with SAYSKY athlete and passionate ultra runner Markus from the Sons of Running. Recently, he took on the TorTour de Ruhr, which was no less than 230km of non-stop running. Read about his adventure and expert guidelines for taking on ultra running.