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Training for an Irish obstacle race

One of the nice things about obstacle course racing is that unlike many solo sports, there isn't a standard template for how to train. That...

Design Your Own Workout Routines

It’s not like you’re stuck for choice but how do you know if you’ve made the right one? A quick Google search and you can...

Experiencing the Tough Mudder community

There's much more to Tough Mudder than crawling under barbed wire, squeezing through dark tunnels and wading through pits of mud. In fact, if you...

How to Start Training for an Event

There has never been a better time to be interested in fitness. Go back a few years and you may have been the odd one...

How I Stay Motivated

It’s a question we’ve all been asked or even asked ourselves. We’ve all figured out our own ways and tricks to get into “workout mode”...

Workout Wednesdays by Tough Mudder Ireland

Tough Mudder Ireland launched a new campaign this year called #WorkoutWednesdays. The idea of the campaign is to share a workout that is made...

Resolving to Run my First Race

The first day of a new year comes after many days of indulgence, festive fun and a distinct relaxation in training and healthy living....

Promoting Your Race

Here are our top tips for promoting your event effectively: Choose a memorable name for your event - make sure it's available as a website...

Keeping the Events Team Motivated

From the Irish Cancer Society Colour Dash to Run Galway Bay, The RunIreland.com events team have a long but exciting event season. The RunIreland event...

Encouraging Your Staff to Run is Good for Your Company’s Growth

If you're wondering how to keep your staff motivated and how to get them to work better as a team, this article is for...