Liam is a competitive triathlete who have competed in more than 50 races around the world. He is an expert in performance coaching and holds a master's degree in applied sport and exercise psychology. He began training for his first marathon after graduating from college. As an accredited triathlon coach, he wished to share his journey of pushing over the limits. Furthermore, he is a statistician specialised in the Sports statistics and analytics.

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Why Do Fit Runners Suddenly Die While Running Marathons?

Why Do Fit Runners Suddenly Die While Running Marathons?

When the “father” of the U.S. running movement, Jim Fixx, suddenly dropped dead at age 52 on 20 July 1984, the sport took a serious hit. Fixx was an example…

Eliud Kipchoge: A Titan On and Off the Marathon Circuit

Eliud Kipchoge: A Titan On and Off the Marathon Circuit

When “Time” magazine editors sent Sean Gregory in search of the Kenyan running star who broke the 2-hour time barrier, the journalist found Eliud Kipchoge to be modest and filled…

16 Most Asked Running Questions Answered

16 Most Asked Running Questions Answered

Wonder what your fellow runners want to know about the sport you all love when they’re too shy to pose running questions aloud? Wonder no more; we’ve covered all bases….

First-Time Runners, Beware of These 4 Myths!

First-Time Runners, Beware of These 4 Myths!

Running is one of those sports that is incredibly easy for people to take up. There is no age limit or restrictions, both males and females can enjoy it, there…

Nipple Tape: The Best Investment Ever For Long Distance Runners

Nipple Tape: How to Prevent Nipple Chafing For Running Marathon

You’re ready for your first marathon, but did you forget a hidden running hazard? We know a thing or two about the downside of running. According to our research, nipple…

Should You Run For Time or Run For Distance?

Should You Run For Time or Run For Distance?

Whether running for marathons or beginner runners, it is important to understand the difference between running for time and running for distance. Both variables help people with their race training. After all, people need to gauge their running performance. Checking time or the number of miles run helps people set physical goals and improve training. Different people have different goals when it comes to running.

How to Run a Marathon Safely and Correctly?

How to Run a Marathon Safely and Correctly?

The answer to that question depends, of course, on the way you approach the sport and your willingness to train correctly, so you minimise a variety of risks. Bottom line:…

Should You Run Every Day?

Should You Run Every Day?

You started to run for any number of reasons. You may want to lose weight. Get fit. Spend more time outdoors since you feel tied to your desk for so…

Completed a Marathon? Be on the Lookout for the Fear Monster!

What Can Happen To You After You Have Completed a Marathon

New marathoners often expect the elation they feel when they cross a finish line to last forever. In fact, that’s rarely the case, says Brad Alexander, whose Tiny Buddha article,…

How to Run Your First Singapore Ultramarathon and Survive it

How to Run Your First Singapore Ultramarathon and Survive it

While the entire nation of Singapore is still talking about the first summit meeting held between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean head of state Kim Jong Un, there…

Abbott World Marathon Majors: What You Do And Do Not Need To Know

Abbott World Marathon Majors: What A Serious Runner Need To Know

Are you a hopeless name dropper? Do you sidle up to people at parties and when asked what you do in your spare time, do you long to tell them,…

Himalayan Rush 2018 Annual Cross Triathlon: Only For The True Athletes

Himalayan Rush 2018 Annual Cross Triathlon: Only For The True Athletes

If you are intrigued by the art of word association, what image pops up in your brain when the word Himalayas comes up in conversation? According to people who study…