Jos). Even if you're not training twice a day and clocking 100-mile weeks, you'll still benefit from laying your parts on the table, so to speak. "Recreational runners use the same muscles as elite athletes and undergo the same stresses," says sports
competing as an elite athlete over 400m and now taking part in in events as a fun runner?I know that when I line up for a 10K that I'm never going to win it but I run now to better myself. My approach is that I'm doing it for fun but you'd be surprised
to improvise. Elite runners adjust the tried-and-true techniques to suit their personalities and particular needs. Here's how to do the same, netting you better fitness, faster finishes and more fun. Stride more often Elite tweak "Like most runners I do 50
rolling in and out. Use this method intermittently when running to conserve energy, calm the mind and create an efficient posture." Dr Kyrin Hall, yoga practitioner and marathon runnerEat to soothe inflammation"Training to increase your speed can cause
th woman finisher at Kona last year and is very much looking forward to starting with the elite women this time.
Stephen BaylissAge 31Trains Switzerland2008 was a great year for Stephen Bayliss. He won Ironman UK and Ironman South Africa, and placed 18th at the World Champs. He races for Team TBB, as does his wife, Bella. They were both second in this year's Ironman UK. His secret weapon at...
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