Q: Running has proven health benefits, but can running (without injuries or medical conditions) ever be BAD for you? A: Yes, when the AIR QUALITY is bad. Read on to protect yourself from the worst of air pollution.
Run coach Sean Tait drills down into the major challenges facing TRAIL readers. In this article he addresses the benefit of analysing your run pace.
Coach Sean Tait addresses the challenge of doing enough hill run training, with ideas on how to get the most benefit from your effort. He also answers the question: what about inclined treadmill training as a way to train for hilly races?
Your first trail event (of any length) can be an intimidating prospect. Or maybe you're stepping up to a new unknown distance and you don't know if you'll be able to manage it. TRAIL sought out trail running experts to help you overcome your challenges.
Matt Healy is a professional ultrarunner who signaled his intention at becoming one of the best when he won the 2021 Addo Elephant Trail Run.
Rachel Manyathi (44) shares her most epic ultra running adventures, the other runners who inspire her, and why she enjoys getting lost on the mountain. Originally published in TRAIL issue 38, where she featured on our cover.
Issue 42 (Jan/Feb/Mar 2022) is TRAIL's last issue as a magazine. Enjoy 206 pages of trail running inspiration to get you motivated and inspired. Among the many articles, cover athlete Karoline Hanks shares her passion for nature and wildlife.
Be inspired by trail runners and their adventures in the Oct/Nov/Dec 2021 issue of TRAIL, the 41st edition since its launch in December 2011. Cover athlete Bruce Arnett talks about his connection with the trails, nature, and the trail community.
TRAIL issue 40 features a mega Ultra-Trail Drakensberg feature, shares Jo Keppler's story fighting substance addiction, improves your strength through hill running, helps you avoid and counter hypothermia, and much more.