bobgear.com do a double running pram and it looks like the original babyjogger. I had a US babyjogger with 16" wheels, but the company got sold and they don't make the same design any more. Bobgear is the nearest I've seen. The prams are welcome at the back of my local parkrun.
I wore my normal Capri tights but then bought pregnancy ones. Try vertbaudet, mamanjojobebe and next online. You can also buy pregnancy sports belts (mostly from USA). Decent sports bra and baggy tshirt. My worst thing was people staring thinking that I was weird!
I'm a very slow runner (but still lapping everyone on the sofa) and would like to improve my 10k and half marathon times. I've been running 6 miles plus for 15 months now, although I previously ran shorter distances. As I've got older (forties now), my times have got slower and slower and I need some help speeding up. I have tried speed reps etc, but the training plans are so complicated. Please someone tell me what it should "feel" like! Should I be completely shattered after each rep? Should I be walking or jogging after each rep. My 10k heart rate is 150 all the way through a race, my resting heart rate is 54. Any advice most welcome.
I ran whilst pregnant with both my children. I also did 10ks. I wasn't a particularly fast runner (54 min 10k). As I got bigger, I ran less mileage but went to the gym and also did trail walking. It's about how you feel. Obviously any bleeding/problems, you'd need to stop and be checked by a health professional. My obstetrican was fab. I went back to running 8 weeks after both babies and I bought a babyjogger with 16" wheels (import from USA) - I'm selling this now if anyone is interested. My kids slept in the jogger every time I went for a run! I'm still running and my kids are now both in their local harriers group. My biggest tip is make sure you do those pelvic floor exercises in the first 6 weeks after birth!