A friend told me recently, “I don’t care about getting faster. I just want running to be a little easier for me.” I’ve known this person for years, and running has always been a chore for him. Not painful, just difficult.What’s more, the last thing
UAN: Article type:add book link if poss--It was a beautiful winter day snowy but sunny and I felt great running on snow-packed roads. I was as pregnant as possible for that evening, I gave birth. I had gone out for a five-miler, but I felt
to run, you’re also more likely to have a positive body image during your pregnancy, feel upbeat, thanks to the positive energy you generate when you run, sleep better, experience an easier delivery and recover quicker after the birth.In a study
race. "Consistency and knowing what works for you is key," he says.BAD HABIT: You never stretch It’s hard to squeeze in runs some days, never mind stretching. But tight muscles can contribute to shin splints, plantar fasciitis and muscle pulls, which
Listen to your legs not your watchI started off running on a treadmill and, like you, had a big shock when I started running outdoors. Having said that, once I got used to running outside I've really never looked back. It’s easier in lots of ways to ignore
Time not givenThanks so much to the 8 minute mile pacers - I was doing a good run, and on target for the magical sub-3.30, but started to blow it 4 miles from the finish. I was thrilled to see the pacers arrive alongside me. It was hell to try
run easier, longer and recover better?The lightweight, moisture wicking fabric regulates your body temperature and allows freedom of movement and the EXO Sensifit Motion fabric is designed to support your upper body as you run. The T-shirt is super
means you’ll run easier and stronger with better posture.”And it’ll make you awesome at the limbo too...Bikram specialist Olga Allon teaches at London's Hot Bikram Yoga.
underneath your feet, and you don’t meet any wind resistance, which makes running somewhat easier. Many treadmills are padded, making them a good option if you’re carrying a few extra pounds or are injury-prone and want to decrease impact. To better simulate
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