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saysky running myths

Running myths busted

There’s an overload of running advices, tips and tricks, do’s and don’ts and so much more out there. It's often difficult to navigate through what is right and what is wrong. We have tried to give you our best advice on the running myths you can find online right here. 
saysky running recovery tips and tricks

Part 1: Running Recovery Tips & Tricks

Recovery and rest are crucial parts of any exercise and training programme. After stressing the body for a significant amount of time, we need to take care of it. No matter if you are an elite athlete, weekend-warrior or a gym-goer, you need to consider your recovery. Read our best tips and tricks here.

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Hurts so good

When we feel pain in training, we immediately stop or in any other way try to escape from it. So, as runners we must be lunatics to be willing to find pain on a regular basis and invite it into our training, right? This article touches upon the pain you feel in training and why you shouldn’t always stop! Read it here. 

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Quitters sometime win

As runners we prepare ourselves both physically and mentally for big races and workouts. But what do we do when the off-day hit us or we get injured before a race? Are we then losers? Read the article here about how quitting doesn't mean that you will lose, but you can win in the greater picture. 

SAYSKY Guide Purpose in the process

Purpose in the process

It seems more and more these days that running has a “no days off” culture and that everyone is so focused on the end-results. We strongly believe you should enjoy the process and have patience. Read our guide here on how to switch your focus and actually have fun on the start-line. 
SAYSKY Athlete Kathi Nüser: Running

How to come back from a running injury

We have all been in this situation of wanting to give up, both mentally and physically when we are injured. Unfortunately, injuries are something pretty much any runner has to deal with at some point. Read how SAYSKY athlete Kathi Nüser kept her motivation high during her recent injury. 


SAYSKY Athlete Paul Navesey

How to train for a fast 5k

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.