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Weekend of running: 12th & 13th October

By Annie Rice on in News
Your weekend of running in pictures

"I opted to race barefoot upon losing a shoe in a mud pit." - Anastasia Morris Continue reading

Review: USA Pro

By Annie Rice on in Gear
After running kit without needing to remortgage your house? We put USA Pro's latest range to the test.

Running kit can cost a small fortune. It is easy to spend the best part of £100 on a pair of sweat-wicking leggings and top. Whilst the benefits you get from this kind of quality is often worth the investment, there are some more bank balance friendly options worth checking ... 

GSK launch human performance lab

By Ben Hobson on in News
GlaxoSmithKline announce the opening of their new training facility

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) plc have announced the opening of the GSK Human Performance Lab – a world class science facility focused on applied and discovery research, which combines GSK science expertise, external advisors and cutting edge technology dedicated to deepening our understanding of human performance to enable people to do more, feel better and live longer. The GSK Human Performance Lab will work ... 

The Royal Parks Half Marathon - Race Report

By Annie Rice on in Events
Team RW took on the Royal Parks Half at the weekend and here's what we thought.

Hyde Park in the golden early morning autumn sun is a vision to behold. So impressive are the turning leaves and beaming lido that it’s easy to let the small matter of running 13.1 miles slip from the forefront of your mind. Well that’s how I felt as I made ... 

Weekend of running 5th and 6th October

By Annie Rice on in News
It was an eventful weekend in the race calendar, here are your highlights in pictures.

"Here is a snap of me with some friends doing the Run through Greenwich 10km run this morning." - Pedro Upton  Continue reading

Berlin Marathon race report

By Kerry McCarthy on in Events

The Berlin marathon is everything it’s cracked up to be in short. It has a reputation for being the world’s fastest marathon - I think something like six of the last 11 world marathon records have been broken in Berlin and this year was no different with Wilson Kipsang taking ... 

Gait analysis: is it for me?

By Noel Thatcher, MBE, British paralympic runner, Physiotherapist on in Health
Noel Thatcher discusses the ever changing world of gait analysis

Many running retailers and sports injury clinics now offer some form of gait analysis. This assessment of your running “style” or “technique” can take many forms and can range from someone watching you run down a corridor to the Run3D three-dimensional science and research based assessment we offer at Holly ... 

Nutrition clinic: Caffeine explained

By Dr James Morton on in Health
Does caffeine boost your running? It's a debated issue in the sports world, Dr James Morton explains how to use it correctly to aid your running.

Welcome to our nutrition blog by Dr James Morton (Senior Sports Nutritionist for Science in Sport (SiS) and Senior Lecturer in Exercise Metabolism & Nutrition at Liverpool John Moores University), where he will be giving advice on nutrition, dispelling fuelling myths and offering his tips every month. If you have a sports nutrition ...  ... 

Weekend of running in pictures 28th & 29th September

By Annie Rice on in News
Here are the highlights of your weekend's running

"Myself and Neil Taylor and my dog Alfredo have been running at least 10K everyday since Jan 1st 2013 with the intention of each completing at least 10K a day for the year. So far we have successfully done this and all runs proven on GPS for 272 days.  Here's ... 

Review: Inov-8 Trailroc 226 trail shoe and apparel

By Annie Rice on in Gear

Inov-8 brand themselves as the natural outdoor company, so it seemed only right that I headed to the trails kitted out head-to-toe to see how it faired on a test run. Starting with my feet and sporting the Trailroc 226's, the shoes instantly felt light and comfortable. Designed to be ... 

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