Running with your family is one of life's real pleasures. Squabbles over bedtimes and who'll be paying for Sugababes tickets are forgotten as you eat up the miles. Training has important long-term health benefits for children – studies show
connected not just by blood, but also by choice.It wasnt always that way. Youd think when you announce, at 43 years old, that youve decided to take control of your life, give up your bad habits and take up a healthy activity, your family would be all
defects were not identified until then) and had further open heart surgery a couple of years later. She will need further surgery in the near future and a eventually a heart transplant.As I listened I realised how difficult it must have been for the family
to see what was going on in terms of family running. Is it popular? Is it easy? Is it worth while? Or is it a chore – a source of frustration, guilt or anger?Nearly 600 of you replied, telling us about your children, who were pretty evenly mixed between
Standing on the sidelines at races can be no fun at all for your family - so why not give your loyal supporters a piece of the action with fun runs just for them. These summer races feature fun runs for all the family to enjoy.Salomon Forest Trail
Combine sprouts with crushed potatoes and a spicy salsa dip for a moreish addition to your Christmas dinner. Sprouts are packed with vitamin C, so they'll keep your immune system strong and protect your body from the oxidative damage caused by exercise. By keeping the cooking tim...
We were delighted today to watch videos saluting Jess Ennis’ mum Alison and Chris Hoys’s mum Carol.We always laud the athletes who achieve – and rightly so – but rarely do we hear the stories of the family and friends who played their part in each
The planning has already begun. Many of you will by now have chosen and signed up for your big race, with several others pencilled in as well.But just in case you're still wondering where to race, we present the TW guide to some of this year's best UK triathlons. Honestly, you're...
day, and suddenly you have time to train as much as you like, without getting up before dawn or feeling that you are neglecting your family and friends in the evening. Now, the reality: Your working hours are creeping up, and your partner is picking up
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