Krishna Stanton recalls marathon bond with Jackie Fairweather and Kerryn McCann

http://www.patcarroll.com.au/articles-on-running/krishna-stanton-recalls-marathon-bond-with-jackie-fairweather-and-kerryn-mccann/

She is the sole survivor of a triumphant moment in Australian sport, when three women and friends were bonded by a clean-sweep of marathon medals at the 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games. But Krishna Stanton smiles first, then cries, looking at her framed silver medal and photograph, signed by Australian teammates that day – Kerryn McCann [...]

Andrew Lloyd – Commonwealth Games 5000m GOLD

http://www.patcarroll.com.au/articles-on-running/andrew-lloyd-commonwealth-games-5000m-gold/

As the 14 finalists toed the line on February 1, 1990, for the final of the men’s 5,000 meters at the Commonwealth Games, there was no indication that the fans in Auckland’s Mount Smart Stadium were about to witness one of the most exciting races of all time. A Kenyan sweep seemed the most likely [...]

How to taper for your race

http://www.patcarroll.com.au/articles-by-pat-carroll/how-to-taper-for-your-race/

Article by yours truly (Pat Carroll) here it is….

How to mentally prepare for a marathon

http://www.patcarroll.com.au/articles-by-pat-carroll/how-to-mentally-prepare-for-a-marathon/

Article by yours truly (Pat Carroll) here it is….

Why interval training is good for runners

http://www.patcarroll.com.au/articles-by-pat-carroll/why-interval-training-is-good-for-runners/

Article by yours truly (Pat Carroll) – here it is.

Men’s Muscle and Health article – Pat Carroll

http://www.patcarroll.com.au/articles-on-running/mens-muscle-and-health-article-pat-carroll/

Men’s Muscle and Health caught up with Pat Carroll. Here’s the article…

Polarized training still comes out a “winner”

http://www.patcarroll.com.au/articles-on-running/polarized-training-still-comes-out-a-winner/

This is a neat training study that compares two broad approaches to endurance training: what they refer to as a “polarized” model versus a “threshold” model. You can divide training into three basic zones: the low-intensity zone is easy mileage; the high-intensity zone is hard intervals; and the medium-intensity zone in the middle is sustained [...]

MuscleUP for MND

http://www.patcarroll.com.au/latest-news/muscleup-for-mnd/

Sunday Mail Article March 2 2014      

Managing the distribution of training intensity: the polarized model

http://www.patcarroll.com.au/articles-on-running/managing-the-distribution-of-training-intensity-the-polarized-model/

The following video is a great insight into the “importance” aerobic running plays in enabling a runner to be the “best that they can be”.

Don’t burn the candle at both ends!

http://www.patcarroll.com.au/articles-on-running/dont-burn-the-candle-at-both-ends/

There are a variety of likely culprits that may cause a runner to feel fatigued. The first step is to find the root cause. The second is to fix it. This article lists possible culprits and how to modify your life to recover, adapt, and run strong again. Check out this Runners World article.