expert advice. If I’d gone to my GP after a few weeks, it would have saved a lot of hard work. But if you do have a layoff, don’t worry: if I can come back at my age, anyone can do it.
to hit my splits or die trying. Thanks to that veteran marathoner's advice, I did neither. I ended up running a great race. The amazing thing is, I've remembered his tip in every windy race and work-out I've done since. That's the thing about a great
lose it?We're all familiar with that sharp, stabbing pain at the bottom of the ribcage that comes on the run. We're all familiar, too, with contorting ourselves as we try to stretch the pain away. However, what we, and the experts, are less familiar
could sideline you for weeks. Improved flexibility also shortens recovery time; looser muscles are more receptive to glycogen replacement, which accelerates healing, says Richard Holt, expert running coach for www.momentumsports.co.uk. BREAK IT: Your
wouldn't do a 25-30 mile run every weekend and feel fine the next day. – debboYou can't compare them except in terms of general exercise in a given HR zone for a certain time. You can't say "OK I have done 50 miles of cycling so that gives me 'x' miles
the thread For the week ending 15 June 2009Hot to trot...Runner Rivalry When you spot another runner ahead of you on a run, do you get the urge to overtake them even if they’re faster than you? Schmoo74 I find that chaps are (generally) more competitive
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