Podcasts

Coach Parry publishes regular podcasts, available on whichever device you use. You can access it in iTunes by clicking here or simple subscribe to it using this RSS Feed.

When should you do your last long Comrades training run

On this edition of RUN we discuss when you should schedule your last long run in your Comrades training before race day and how long it should be.      What are you training for? Click on any of the images below to download your training program now Subscribe to RUN...

How to improve your parkrun time

Want to smash a parkrun pb? This is how... What are you training for? Click on any of the images below to download your training program now Subscribe to RUN with Coach...

How to fuel for your long runs

Do you find that you 'hit the wall' in the last quarter of your long runs?You know what it's like...One minute you're running at a good, solid pace...and then the next you're basically walking.Watch this video to see how you should be fueling your long runs so that...

Energy levels, stretching, massage and training slow to race fast – Dineo Masheane’s one on one coaching call

One of our Coach Parry Online Training Club members – Dineo Masheane gets the lowdown from Coach Parry on a whole load of topics in her one on one coaching call. Today’s episode of RUN with CoachParry really does have something for everyone. Dineo and Lindsey discuss really how often runners should be stretching, the benefits of massage and how Dineo can combat her low energy levels on her runs. Lindsey also goes into a little more detail on the concept of running slow to run fast.

Comrades Seeding – Should you be chasing a better one now?

In this video, Lindsey and Brad discuss whether or not you should be chasing a better Comrades Marathon seeding by racing a marathon or ultra marathon at this stage in your training... What are you training for? Click on any of the images below to download your...

Adjusting Your Training Programme

Have you ever wondered what impact living in a hilly or flat area has on your training programme? Should you be running for longer if your training runs are flat and should you be running less if you train in a hilly area? That's exactly what we discuss on this...