Day two: Leeds to BarnsleyTurns out day two was the first time any of the four of us had done back-to-back marathons so that’s a milestone of sorts reached already. Mind you, I’m writing this at 6am on the morning of day three and everything hurts. As in, EVERYTHING. Judging by t...
You've followed Triathlete's World Editor Alison's Marathon des Sables blog over the last week, and now she's back with some stunning pictures which show off the dramatic backdrop to this epic week-long desert race (and her bandaged feet...).
of humour and give a warts and all run down on training with the experts."Follow Sarah's forum thread - post your advice or training tips and join the debate! You can also follow Sarah on Twitter at @mia79gbr and read her personal blog (when she
, as well as other nasty side effects), this pose helps tone your abdominal area and your glute muscles.This pose also stretches out the hamstrings. Yes, we know - we bang on about tight hamstrings a lot on this blog - but as we're yet to meet a runner
your home (or further afield) and download files to a GPS unit.Editor’s Blog As well as our usual, regular dose of expert training features, we’ll also be introducing an Editor’s blog to bring you more up-to-date news in a bite-sized format. When
Welcome to our nutrition blog by Dr James Morton, Senior Sports Nutritionist for Science in Sport (SiS), where he will be giving advice on nutrition, dispelling fuelling myths and offering his tips every month. If you have a sports nutrition
Yoga for Runners blog, Bikram Yoga is a demanding (but highly rewarding!) series of 26 postures and breathing exercises practised in a heated room. Practising Bikram Yoga can help with injuries and weight loss, reduces blood pressure, improves posture
slower than 5 hours! Forum Mile 18 Support threadForum readers' first-hand accountsFLM 2005 Blogs The final week and the big day...In the week before the marathon In the final two days On race-day - before, during and after the race Race-day checklists
bunch on the whole – yes, I’m looking at you – but it also helps to combat loss of appetite.Olga Allon, Director of Hot Bikram Yoga, says: “By now, followers of this blog will know that the flexible runner is a rarely injured runner – and this stretch
crew of dedicated friends and my beloved fiancee Jen to restock my supplies. I even found the time to blog my travels, mainly so that my mother could follow me and check that I was alive!The run went surprisingly smoothly, with only a few minor blisters
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