nutshellOur 1400-article archive covers training, racing, injuries and health, shoe and gear reviews and buying advice. Our one aim: that the most nervous beginner and the zippiest racer alike will be able to find a useful answer to almost any running
UAN: 173 Article type:--What’s the most important session of the week? If you’re a marathoner, it’s your long run. For anyone looking to improve at any lesser distance, though, it’s the speed session that yields the greatest results – and even
Sometimes there just aren't enough hours in the day. That's why we've published these handy 60-Second guides, bite-sized articles about some of our most popular topics. Crammed with short, sharp advice, they’re a great introductory resource
your front door, occasionally drive to a nice park or beach for a change of scenery. To read the full article - including tips on setting new PBs and maintaining endurance - subscribe now. You'll even save 30 per cent on your annual subscription
Illustrations by Geoffrey GrahnIs it just us, or is autumn the best time of year to be a runner? Still warm enough for shorts (hopefully), but just cool enough to inspire you to pick up the pace. And you’ve taken advantage of the long summer days to log more miles or train ...
, and hold stretches for at least 10-12 seconds.Finally, don't end a run with a sprint finish to your front door. After any brisk running, jog gently five or 10 minutes to let your muscles ease out.Still pushed for time? Five key articles to print( indicates
your local 10K in an hour, or to enter a race and raise money for your favourite charity. What are you waiting for?Still pushed for time? Five rules, with key articles( indicates magazine subscriber only)Choose the right shoe MoreOut of breath? Run
on a soft surface, such as grass, if you can(Plus: be consistent. Five or six weeks of modest weekly speed sessions will make a noticeable difference. Two weeks of macho nonsense and a month off won't.)Still pushed for time? Five key articles to print
Ask your friends, runners included, about their day-to-day problems, and many will say that they feel tired too much of the time. That they’d like to have more energy.No surprise there, then. With information overload, economic concerns and the generally accelerating pace of life...
RW member Shattered Shins tried almost everything under the sun to overcome chronic shin splints. Here's her account of what worked for her - and what didn't. (This is not an official RW article, but she has been emailing this account to other needy
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