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Nutrition clinic: Fasted Training

By Dr James Morton on in Health
We all know that to train and race effectively you need fuel in the form of carbohydrate, but is this the case all the time? We asked SiS’ Dr James Morton if fasted training, in certain scenarios, can help performance on a wider basis.

Welcome to our nutrition blog by Dr James Morton, Senior Sports Nutritionist for Science in Sport (SiS), where he will be giving advice on nutrition, dispelling fuelling myths and offering his tips every month. If you have a sports nutrition question or area you'd like to see covered in the ...  ... 

Review: Women's Mobium Elite

By Annie Rice on in Gear
We took the lastest from Puma out on a test drive

Puma have launched their first womens only Mobium Elite. The fundamental principles of the Mobium are concerned with 'adaptive running' for a shoe which subtly modifies itself to your foot. There are three elements to the shoe which Puma claim make this adaptation possible: Expansion pods on the sole that ... 

Your weekend of running in pictures: 17th & 18th August

By on in Events
Your snaps from this weekends running ventures.

Aimee Bellwood "I ran up Mount Royal in Montreal. Immense. Love running around the world"  Continue reading

Review: Crewroom Refresher Range

By Annie Rice on in Gear

It isn’t often that you can trace back the kit you wear to its roots, but Crewroom are keen to share the story of their origins. From initial idea through the logistical and financial struggles to today, the full story is here and it’s worth a read. The end products ... 

Running Wild - a short film about trail running in the wilderness

By on in News

Alexander Crook travelled to Red Bluff Bay in the South Baranof Wilderness Area. This video, produced by the Sitka Conservation Society, is one of the projects from that trip. Running Wild - a short film about trail running in the wilderness. Featuring: Nick Ponzetti. Music: Slow Jam by Four Tet. ... 

Review: Merrell women's tanks

By Annie Rice on in Gear
We tested out the Ellsworth and the Thelon tank from Merrell

Merrell aren't well known for running clothes but the latest from the outdoor specialists shows a lot of promise. After a road test of their newest pieces to hit the market we were impressed. Ladies, if you're after flattering and stylish gear with all the performance features you'd expect, these ... 

Launch of Greater Manchester Marathon 2014

By on in Events

Following last week's launch event, registration to the Greater Manchester Marathon 2014 is now open with a new confirmed date of Sunday 6th April. The launch event took place at Up & Running in Manchester with key figures present including The Mayor of Trafford Councillor Dylan Butt, Councillor Jonathan Coupe, Chief ... 

Review: Merrell GORE-TEX ConnectFit Ascend Glove

By Annie Rice on in Gear

Already a fan of Merrell, (particularly their colour schemes), I was keen to get my hands on their latest creation, the Ascend glove, a minimal trail shoe in collaboration with GORE-TEX.  So what’s special about these? They are designed to provide the most natural feeling possible whilst offering protection on the ... 

Mountain Hardwear launch running apparel line Way2Cool

By Ben Hobson on in Gear

Developed with elite athletes and tested in the Grand Canyon in the Rim2Rim2Rim challenge, Mountain Hardwear launch their first running specific running tops featuring "fabric technology that uses the wearers' sweat to activate in-built cooling agents". This fabric, that they are calling 'Cool.Q.Zero' has apparently been developed to revolutionise the ... 

Review: Wheyhey, the protein ice cream

By Annie Rice on in Gear

At last the sun has made its debut and it’s here to stay – at least for the week anyway - so frozen treats are in high demand. Unfortunately everyone’s favourite Mr Whippy has limited nutritional value so the idea of healthy ice cream sounded a little too good to ... 

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