These are high calorie but do contain good stuff too and I think they are great for the digestion - add some turbo power!Makes: enough to feed an armyIngredients:250g butter250g soft dark brown sugar250g honey500g oats. I like to use jumbo oats and normal cheap oats mixed togethe...
ASICS Target 26.2 coach Sam Murphy explains the hows and whys of the marathon, from tapering training to hitting (or avoiding) 'the wall' - and optimum recovery after the race.For your first (or umpteenth) marathon attempt, Sam's clear advice
successful sports injuries clinic.This spring, she joins us as one of the ASICS Target 26.2 PRO Team, working with our five spring marathon contenders as they look ahead to the Paris Marathon on April 15.Read the whole forum debate.Pick up more training tips
us as one of the ASICS PRO Team, working with our five ASICS Target 26.2 spring marathon contenders as they look ahead to the Paris Marathon on April 15.Read the whole forum debate.Pick up more training tips and exclusive spring marathon podcasts
.This spring, she joins us as one of the ASICS Target 26.2 coaches, working with Rosie, Emma and Craig as they look ahead to the Paris Marathon on April 15.Read the whole forum debate.Pick up more training tips and exclusive spring marathon podcasts at our
Steve has run more than 60 marathons (26 London Marathons) and as well as holding a PB of 2:29, he has also won a British marathon title in his age group. This spring, he joins us as one of our ASICS Target 26.2 mentors, working with Colin and Lee
ASICS PRO Team sports psychologist Dr Victor Thompson shares top strategies for setting targets, beating race day nerves and debriefing after the event.Whether it's a 5K or a spring marathon, your first race or your fiftieth, Dr Thompson's tips
your marathon potential. Do you need to upgrade or downgrade your target finish time?Up the paceIf you've focused on long slow runs up to now, it's time to try a more challenging session in which you run at your goal race pace for some of the time
I have two marathon virgins in my ASICS Target 26.2 group this year – both incredibly committed to doing their utmost to achieve a time they are proud of.Mel began running a couple of years ago ‘under duress’ from her husband Martin, who tragically
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