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and speedwork. Most of them fell into the £1000-£3500 range, with one below that chosen as an experiment. Phil Wattleworth of Gymworld in Oldham echoed the advice that most experts gave us. “It’s hard to buy a bad treadmill over £1000,” he told us. “Above that
the country, you’ll get the chance to sprint on Puma’s specially designed track, while trying out the new Faas 800. Puma’s running experts will also be on hand to offer gait analysis, advice and much more. And when you take on the nation in the challenge, you
Welcome to the Runner's World Autumn Shoe Guide 2009. You'll find reviews of 28 of the best new running shoes on the market here, as well as an insight into the technologies they contain and plenty of expert advice. There are shoes for all shapes
’ve enlisted the advice of some top kit experts to give you the definitive answer to your queries in our Q+A guide to keeping your gear running.SHOESQ: How can I tell when it’s time to replace my shoes?A: It’s tough – your favourite pair of shoes might feel
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