How To Run A Mile Without Stopping: Training Plan + 8 Tips To Get Started

Beginner runners often want to know how to run a mile without stopping.  Perhaps they have attempted a few runs and found that they are completely breathless by the end of the block, or have been running for a couple weeks but can’t seem to run a mile without stopping to walk somewhere along the … Read more

How To Run A 4-Minute Mile: Speed, Strength, + Workouts

There is something magical about the mile. Often considered the blue-ribbon event in athletics, the mile has caught the imagination of track athletics fans ever since Roger Bannister ran 3:59:40 in Oxford, England on 6th May 1954, breaking the once believed impossible feat of running this distance in under four minutes. What does running a … Read more

How To Run A 7 Minute Mile

Bagging a 7 minute mile is a great goal for the recreational runner. It is fast, but with determination and hard work, it can be an achievable and rewarding goal. And a mile is a satisfying distance to race. Four clean loops of a running track, legs going hard, breath working to catch up, and … Read more

How To Run A 10 Minute Mile

Perhaps you have been running for a while and like the idea of getting faster. Maybe you’ve thought about how satisfying it would feel to run a mile in 10 minutes. In addition to being a nice even number that makes figuring out paces and timing a breeze, a 10 minute mile is a significant, … Read more

How to Run A 9 Minute Mile: The Complete Training Guide

The average novice runner will complete a mile in around 12 minutes, so getting your mile time down to a 9-minute mile is a sure sign that you are becoming a strong and capable runner. It is around this time you will start to see some real improvements in your running. Maybe you are starting … Read more

How to Run a 6 Minute Mile

Running a 6 minute mile is recognized as a true test of a recreational runner. It is fast, but not elite fast. And, if given the will and dedication, many can achieve it.  The mile is a beautiful distance. Four perfect laps run at near top speed. It is short and satisfying, and racing the … Read more

How To Run a 5 Minute Mile

In this post, coach Cathal Logue explains the training, strategies, and pace necessary how to run a 5 minute mile. The mile is often considered the blue-ribbon event in athletics. The event has caught the imagination of track athletics fans ever since Roger Bannister ran 3.58.60 in Oxford, England on 6th May 1954, breaking the … Read more