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Review: Bose SIE2i sport headphones

By Ben Hobson on in Gear

As a regular punter, you’re never at a loss for headphone options, as a runner however finding the right headphones can become a real chore yet these Bose SIE2i sport headphones should certainly make it on to your shortlist. The major defect with most headphones especially when running is the ... 

Zombie Evacuation Race

By Annie Rice on in Events
Check out the latest adventure race craze to hit a forest near you

Adventure races are becoming more and more commonplace; running trails, jumping over hurdles and wading through swamps are now par of the course. The Zombie Evacuation race has taken the phenomenon a step further with an adventure race with an eerie difference. Inspiration for the race came from a zombie ... 

Review: Feetures! Elite socks

By Annie Rice on in Gear

You’ve got the performance leggings, your cupboard is over flowing with sweat wicking tops and you've spent a small fortune on shoes, but are running special socks really a necessary wardrobe addition? Feetures have taken the US market by storm and are about to hit the UK running scene so ... 

Entry opens for the London Duathlon

By Annie Rice on in Events
Sign up to your next challenge today.

Calling all triathletes, runners and cyclists looking for a challenge this Autumn - the London Duathlon might be just that. The world’s largest duathlon will be hosted at Richmond Park on Sunday 15 September. This is the perfect first step in your transition to triathlete with the run-bike-run format and the ... 

Race report: Energizer Night Run

By Ruth Emmett on in Events

What do you get if you cross a club night with a 5K? The Energizer Night Run, aka one of the best excuses I’ve had to deck myself out in glowsticks this side of my mid-twenties. Kicking off at 8:30, this race made me look at London’s Battersea Park in a ... 

British 10K training tips

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With just over four weeks until the British 10K, Tiger Balm have put together the below handy tips for those of you tackling a 10K race for the first time.

Train smart In the weeks ahead of the run it’s important to help build your aerobic fitness and ready muscles for running distance. If you’re not a runner be aware that it takes time to build the level of condition needed to cover 10 kilometres with ease. So if the 10k ... 

Barefoot running conference

By Annie Rice on in Events

If you’re intrigued, confused or cynical about the barefoot phenomenon in the running world then the Barefoot Connection Conference should be a date for your diary. It will be held at Denbies Vineyard, set in amongst trails of the Surrey Hills. The format for the 2 days is: Saturday 22nd June: Presentation-led lecture style, ... 

Nutrition clinic: Recovery

By Dr James Morton on in Health

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 ...  ... 

Do you have a current Achilles or patellar tendinopathy?

By Dr Charlie Waugh on in Health

Tendinopathies are painful conditions thought to occur as the result of a failed healing response. Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) is a novel treatment that has recently shown promising results as a non-invasive treatment for these conditions. ESWT involves acoustic shockwaves passing through the skin to the affected area; it ... 

Race with Jo Whiley

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Jo Whiley is on the lookout for a running buddy to join her at the Bupa Great North Run. The DJ has signed up to her first ever half marathon and biggest physical challenge to date and you could be in with a chance of being her training partner.  The winner ... 

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