In the first of a series, Rose Costello looks at the easiest way to boost your energy
Exercise in the second trimester
Virtual reality projections of natural environments, sounds and scents would vastly improve the indoor running experience – and have a positive impact on wellbeing too
Former athlete and rugby coach Phil Mack advocates stretching as key to good health in our sedentary society
Good habits when it comes to eating and exercising pay dividends
I’ve been pushed beyond my limits by the youthful enthusiasm of others – and it feels great
Roisin Finlay and Helen Vaughan guide you through 2017’s outdoor offerings
Peer-led project in Rathmines offers ‘place to regain myself and get a sense of hope’
Work out what is important to you, write it down and you are one step closer to success
Whether it is Nordic walking, gravity-defying yoga or hockey, it’s all about having fun
Expectation + belief = dopamine, so complete your mission and start feeling good
No one ever feels like going outside for a run but with these tips you might gird your loins
High-intensity aerobic exercise coupled with a high ventilation rate can trigger a breathing disorder
‘Early days of pregnancy filled with caution and a long list of food and activity guidelines’
Extreme measures must be taken as the reluctant exerciser heads into Christmas
The Grit Doctor helps you navigate the festive food minefield
“Get out and shake your booty - It’s good for the body, the mind and the spirit. We were born to dance”. Arlene Harristakes lessons from the experts
Research shows athletes’ choice of vegetables may affect their performance
Despite training sessions and three triathlons, I was still a slow swimmer so I signed up for a Total Immersion workshop
Christmas running can ease stress, trim your waistline and improve your mood
Grit Doctor: It's hard to a choose a freezing cold run in the woods over a 30-minute spinning session in a warm room
Running in minimal shoes and landing on balls of feet may cut injury risk, research says
It’s important to take the correct precautions, such as warming up, stretching, cooling down and extra rest periods
‘I kept telling my wife that it was not her, but I think she was thinking there was something wrong with her’
Pollutants rarely exceed health limits, but women may be affected more than men
Neuroscientists found that thousands of new brain cells grew in mice when they ran
It has been established that endurance athletes develop bigger hearts than normal
Ireland beating the All Blacks. Using ‘Alone It Stands’ wisdom to get through 26.2 miles. Best weekend ever.
Fifty thousand New York runners. One sweeper bus. Oh, and bonking. John Breen can’t wait...
For first-time NYC marathon runner Shane Leahy, there was no wall. Just 100,000 new friends
It seems straightforward – burn off calories to shed excess kilos. But it’s not that simple.
Get back your equilibrium with a week of strict eating and running
On his second gruelling Dublin run, Conor Barnwell was buoyed by spectator support
Running the marathon with my sister Robyn, the first 10km flew by, but then it got tough
A winding but pacey narrative featuring Joe Dolan, Oscar Wilde and the Eiffel Tower
This will be Conor Barnwell’s second Dublin marathon and he is looking forward to the supporters
Robyn Crowley signed up to 12-week training plan, but only started at week eight ...
The scale and nature of the commemorations this year were unprecedented, encompassing thousands of events and creating their own legacy
Martin Clancy misses running the Dublin marathon – the nerves, the bin liners, the crowd...
Taylor had to add six months to his age to compete in the first ever London marathon
An Irish runner and professor has analysed data from 150,000 Dublin City Marathon runners
To offset a chocolate bar, you’ll need to jog around the Himalayas twice carrying a Sherpa
To mark World Mental Health Day (October 10th), Irish cyclist Daniel Stewart talks about stepping away from international cycling to face his depression...
The Sub2Hr project wants to use science to break the race record, but what do runners think?
The tapering phase aims to get the body and mind fresh for race day
A cycle in Ireland’s beautiful countryside may be just magical but ignore its many dangers at your peril
Sign up for our 12-week Swim for a Mile programme, in association with Swim Ireland
Sign up to Get Running: Stay on Track
Join the 10km eight week running course
Our original eight week beginner course
Invalid email or password.