meals from renowned chefs including Gordon Ramsay and Michel Roux Jr.Whatever your goals, this 292-page book will help you look after your body better. With advice from the experts at Runner’s World, you can lose weight, boost your mood and keep your
The Runner's World 'Guide to Running' is a 324-page mine of information, packed with no-nonsense advice on every aspect of running. Drawing on Runner's World's wide base of coaching, nutrition, medical and sports science experts – and real-life runners – it is an invaluable resou...
indulgence - this will make it easier to avoid bingeing on unhealthy treats.Carol Vorderman's Detox for Life (Virgin Books, £10.99) Take away tip Aim to drink at least two litres of water every day, and when you're exercising drink an extra 500ml per hour
- this will make it easier to avoid bingeing on unhealthy treats.Carol Vorderman's Detox for Life (Virgin Books, £10.99) What's on the menu? Detox diets are designed to give your body a break from the toxins that may build up when you eat too many processed foods
Reckon you'll need extra motivation when winter starts to bite? November's Cyprus Four-Day Challenge could be your answer.If you fancy joining a few RUNNER'S WORLD staffers on the trip, from November 28 to December 6, you'll get to take part in a 6K time trial, a half-marathon th...
Starting the last lap of the 1500m final in Athens, Kelly Holmes was in eighth. It looked like double glory was out of her grasp, but in moments she turned a career dogged by setbacks into a redemptive sporting fairytale.How does it feel to win Olympic gold? It’s always a very co...
and when, wherever you happen to be. It also highlights the nutritional nightmares you should avoid, so you’ll never fall for menu ‘fat-traps’ again. This is the book that makes staying in shape easy. This extract strips nutrition down to the basics
of their fibre and nutrients, you might as well be eating a teaspoon of pure sugar.And therein lies the rub—and the reason for this book.While the government has made some significant strides in getting nutritional information to the public—like requiring food
This section is adapted from the Runner's World Complete Book of Women's Running by Dagny Scott. Buy this book! Theres a name for women who try to pursue a career, family, exercise, spirituality, and social life. Theyre called
UAN: Article type:++add book link at top++ --This is adapted from the book, Eat Smart, Play Hard, by RW USA Nutrition Editor Liz Applegate. A by-product of cheese production, whey protein can supposedly build muscle mass and be absorbed more easily
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