Heath and Injury | Motivation | Nutrition | Racing | Shoes + Kit | Training | Weight-loss | CreditsThese are highlights and frequently asked questions from our beginner forums. They were created by members of Runner's World just like you. If you
At the last count, 132,000 runners had posted 1.6 million messages between them on the Runner's World forum. That's a ton of useful tips!Our readers already helped us pick out some of the best threads (or 'conversations'). Now we've gone a step
-walk for best progress More Follow a smart schedule MoreStay motivated: set a target More Avoid injury: warm up, cool down, stretch MoreOr see the Runner’s World BIG Beginners' Index for more articles.
Here are the schedules for the pace groups for the Robin Hood Half-Marathon.RUNNERS WORLD will have pace groups of 1:30, 1:45, 2:00 and 2:15 at the race.Refer to the pace charts for exact speeds.1:30 pace | 1:45 pace | Beginner's pacePace ChartBEGINNER
WEEK ONE Mon Rest Tue Run 1 min, walk 1 min. Do 10 times Wed Rest Thu Run 2 mins, walk 4 mins. Do 5 times Fri Rest Sat Rest Sun Run 2 mins, walk 4 mins. Do 5 times WEEK TWOMon Rest Tue Run 3 mins, walk 3 mins. Do 4 times Wed Rest Thu Run 3 mins, walk 3 mins. ...
for sprinters. Be slow, not sorry.Dont compare yourself with anyone else Check out the apostrophe in RUNNERS WORLD. There must be a billion runners out there, so we could certainly call this magazine RUNNERS WORLD. But we dont, and this is because we realise
and criminals.DONT run in remote areas, especially if youre running alone. If you dont have a training partner, run with a dog or carry a personal attack alarm. Dont approach a car to give directions, and dont assume that all runners are harmless.
Welcome to Adobe GoLive 5Six months ago, Philippa Braidwood, Kerry Neale and Phil Wilson were complete beginners. On April 18, all three successfully completed the Flora London Marathon. We caught up with them, and their coach Keith Anderson
The ‘Get You Round’ schedule A beginner’s programme, mixing some walking with running, over 4-5 days a week.The idea here is to get you fit enough to make it round the course, regardless of speed, so there’ll be very little fast work. You need
of 2005, when she read an article in Runner’s World about ultra-running, and decided to give it a try.“I followed the RW training programme exactly,” she says. Six months later, she successfully completed the Compton Downland Challenge, a 40-mile race
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