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For runners, pace is the best measure of performance (other than actual race times). If their pace improves, then the training is effective. With modern GPS watches and phones it is easy for anyone to measure their pace in real time. We seem to be all set, right? So why bother with HR? Why not simply train using pace?...

Ryan Atkins: "Getting that leg speed going, hit 37km/h.' Benefits of downhill running like Ryan: Will help increase your speed......

The end of the 2015 season culminated with the OCR World Champs and World’s Toughest Mudder races seeing wins for......

With input from Albon, Atkins, and Murphy, we at ObstacleCourse.Training have compiled the definitive guide for selecting your OCR shoes. This is not just another collection of shoe reviews, nor a catalog of shoe features and specs. Rather, this is a tool and guide book to help you select the best shoes for your unique needs: your race terrain and distance, your running style and speed, and of course key fitting tips and must-have features....

What Should You Train? OCR has sooooo many requirements - running, strength, agility, power, endurance, balance, post-race beer-miles - that......

In this post I will explain why running cadence is an important component of the Obstacle Course Training running programs....