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Aerobic exercise better for overweight girls than strength work

By News on in News
Treadmill running and elliptical machines lowered health risks for teenage girls, a study finds.

New research from Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital has found that aerobic exercise may be the best bet in the battle against childhood obesity. The study found that aerobic exercise, such as running, beat resistance training in the fat loss stakes. Significantly, the findings showed that the health risks surrounding obesity were ...  ... 

Weekend of running: 9th & 10th November

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

"My husband and myself having finished running the Lytham Windmill 10k this morning, and both clocking sub 50 minutes for the first time ever! Steve Chase did 48 mins 16 secs and I did 49 minutes 06 secs. The speedwork sessions and tempo runs helped us reach our autumn goal." ... 

Nutrition clinic: overnight recovery

By Dr James Morton on in Health
Dr James Morton breaks down the science behind optimal post-run nutrition for the best recovery during the night.

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 blog, ...  ... 

Weekend of running: 2nd & 3rd November

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

"Inaugural EQT 10 Miler in Pittsburgh, PA USA", James Marshal  Continue reading

Nike+ FuelBand SE Preview

By Annie Rice on in Gear
Nike have launched the FuelBand SE, we took it for a test drive and here are the highlights of the latest from Nike.

The Nike+ FuelBand SE is about to hit the shelves nationwide. We were lucky enough to be given a sneak preview and a somewhat innovative testing experience. The new band looks much the same as the original, with a few splashes of colour here and there, otherwise from the outside, ... 

How to add your subscriber number

By on in Community
Access exclusive content and competitions with your RW subscriber number

If you're a subscriber to Runner's World, then make sure your subscriber number is added to your profile so that you can access exclusive content and competitions on runnersworld.co.uk. Here's a quick guide how to do it. When on runnersworld.co.uk, you will need to be signed into the site. You can ... 

Weekend of running: 19th & 20th October

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

"We were the first all lady pacers team at Bushy Park 5k parkrun. High vis tabards are the normal attire along with flags, but just to make us more noticeable, we wore tutus for the occasion." - Julie Papworth  Continue reading

adidas introduces the miCoach SMART RUN watch

By Ben Hobson on in Gear
A new running watch from adidas that they claim can do it all...

News of the new adidas watch reached us a few weeks ago, but until yesterday there was an embargo about revealing any info on it. This embargo is now over. We'll be featuring a full review in an upcoming issue of the mag, but in the mean time take a ... 

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 ... 

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