in private practice dealing with everyone from elite level runners to the "I've-just-bought-my-first-pair-of-trainers" runners. Matt is a running fan too, and says he can still push 1.40 (ish!) for a half marathon.Start posing your questions to Matt now over
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intensities of exertion the muscles involved will fatigue quickly. Improving the fatigue resistance of these muscles is one reason elite athletes train at altitude.Inspiratory and expiratory muscles can be strengthened using resistive devices (there
than 80 miles a week, even though that's a modest total for an elite 10K runner. But when he capped his mileage just below 80 miles, he was able to complete the season healthy and win a national championship. High mileage totals do you no good
) when compared with Speedo's previous racing system (tested against a flat silicone cap, Speedo Aquasocket goggle and LZR Racer Elite Jammer on a male athlete). Speedo's previous racing system, the LZR Racer was worn by athletes who smashed 23 records
, and easily retains its place in the elite of stability shoes.Try it on if you liked Brooks Adrenaline GTS; Nike Air Structure Triax; Asics GT-2080.
(cushioning) £80 New Balance1060 (cushioning) £80 NikeAir Pegasus (cushioning) £60 Zoom Elite 2 (performance) £80 Pearl IzumiSyncroGuide (motion control) £85 SyncroShift (stability) £85 ReebokPremier Road Lite DMX III (performance) £65 SauconyGrid Trigon 3
tendrils round our toes, now's the time to turn your living room, spare room or garage into an elite (but cost effective) training facility.Here's our pick of the best stay-at-home kit - so you never have to choose between a good workout and EastEnders.
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