Everyone's prone to damage and disease, and when it happens it's no surprise that you want to get back to full fitness fast. However, it's vital to be careful in your comeback strategy, to avoid relapse or re-injury. Even a healthy body will let you
With the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games one year today, we kick off runnersworld.co.uk's London 2012 coverage with an awed look back at some of the most iconic running moments in Games history.Dreams of Olympic gold have inspired
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Exclusive online content The Secrets of Good Form RunningLearn how to run better and injury-free, using the principles of the New Balance concept: Good Form RunningMost runners have never been taught how to run. This is the simple idea that lies at the heart of a unique partnersh...
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The chances are, when you started running, your goal was simple - run more, walk less. Inevitably, as you progress, you expect more from yourself. But some runners avoid stepping up the intensity, citing a range of anxieties. Here's how to free yourself of your worries and enjoy ...
Last November we launched a nationwide search for six spring marathon hopefuls, in partnership with ASICS. After a rigorous selection process, six Paris Marathon contenders were chosen from over 1100 applicants.For all sixteen weeks of their marathon training, they'll be recordin...
Goal: sub-3:00 Mentor: Paul Evans Sport Scientist: Gareth Turner Forum nickname: just back from a run Age: 30 Running for: 22 years No. of marathons: 2
MummyHow soon after having a baby should you don your running shoes? Here's what you thought. Back Into The SwingAs any distance runner knows, our sport is often a case mind over matter. And women who've been through the pain of childbirth are more than
First Timer - SteveTarget: sub 4:00.Marathon PB: This will be my first.My strengths: I’m a very positive person – for me, the running drink is always half full. I’m also extremely determined and have a huge desire to succeed - I’ve just completed a first class honours degree in L...
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