You just had a baby and you’re itching to hit the road again. Which is great – exercise boosts mood, gives you some much-needed (though too often undervalued) ‘me time’ and gets you out of your pyjamas. But even if you worked out during your pregnancy, you need to ease back into ...
secondly, endurance work – those long, slow, steady runs you do once a week or so.’ Use this guide to find the perfect formula for each.
fitness, even if you wind up not significantly increasing your mileage.When two runs beat oneDuring a base-training period, when you’re trying to build general endurance, longer single runs provide the stimulus you’re looking for. But once you’ve built
secondly, endurance work – those long, slow, steady runs you do once a week or so.’ Use this guide to find the perfect formula for each.Read up on the best strategies to recover from inflammation, fluid loss, muscles tears and more in the full article
.motionjunkies.com Full day rides are a feat of endurance in anyone’s book, but by far the greatest challenge for me is enduring the discomfort of staying in the saddle when my nether regions are crying out in pain. It’s been a longstanding problem for me (quite literally
University (LJMU).Running a marathon is one of the toughest endurance events that you can undertake. In addition to physical fitness and mental toughness, nutrition is one of the most important factors in predicting your race time. It can be the difference
Performance FuelLucozade Sport is an isotonic carbohydrate-electrolyte drink, designed to help maintain fluid and electrolyte balance, as well as endurance performance. It will be available at miles 5, 10, 15, 19 and 23 on the course.Lucozade Sport Elite Dual
that causes you frustration and anger, so that will only benefit you.Q2. I'm training for an endurance event that will take me at least 16 hours. It's a swimming event so unlike running I will be unable to draw strength from the crowd or the runners around me
started to understand what endurance running was all about.Q. When did you know that you wanted to compete?A. After that first race. I was determined to push even harder and do even better in the next race. Q. What is your favourite distance? A. Half
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