Sharing with others how to do endurance sports

I ran my first ever marathon in 2006 in Brunei’s First Marathon organized by Standard Chartered Bank. I ran for the first half and walk the rest, all in 7 hours and 30 minutes. I had 9 months training. I tried again the next year, I had built up my speed down to 10km in 1 hour, unfortunately 2 weeks before the event I sprained my ankle, I tried to continue my run, but I only last half the distance. For the next few years I stopped running long distance, until I picked it up again 2009. But just doing upto 10km distances.

2012, I picked up swimming again, participated in group triathlons as a swimmer, and for 2013 I decided to do the triathlon myself. That is a 1.5km open water swim, 40km cycling, 10km running. So I picked up running again, and picked up cycling as well. I did my first individual triathlon at the Royal Brunei Armed Forces Triathlon, and continued with the Serawak Triathlon, and 2014, I did a 70.3 Ironman at Putrajaya, Malaysia. htat was 2km open water swim, 90km cycling, and a 21km half marathon run.

Currently, I consider my swim above average, cycling average, and running slightly above average. A have taught a few friends and other people how to swim, trained a few others to run fast and far, and I am still learning myself on how to improve my cycle.

I have now decided to share what I know about endurance sports, in general triathlons, specifically, swimming and running, and I might even share about cycling as I learn myself.

The next few posts will be on Running. The topics I will look into includes.

  • Know where you are in your ability
  • Know where you want to be
  • Benefits of Running
  • Preparations before Running
  • Tracking your performance
  • Running Gear
  • Choosing shoes
  • Where to Run
  • Running Safety
  • Running Technique
  • Training Technique
  • Trainig Schedule
  • Mental State in Running
  • Barefoot Running
  • Risks of Running, Causes and Treatments.
  • Health and Nutrition
  • Hydration
  • Joining a Run

Up next: Know Where you are in your ability.

Posted on 2014/08/27, in Running. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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