Q Can you explain why I seem to suffer from pins and needles in my left foot when Im out for run? It can strike at any time, and if I continue running my whole foot goes numb. But as soon as I stop, the problem disappears.A Pins and needles
Whatever level you’re performing at this summer - from the amateur enthusiast to medal-competing professionals - there’s a good chance that athlete’s foot could put you off your stride. One in four Brits may suffer from a fungal foot infection
This was my fourth London Marathon. I know from experience that it is never easy to PB due to the sheer number of people running, but it is simply the best marathon for atmosphere. I had a target of sub-4:00, had put the training in and knew what I needed to do.From the blue star...
Your feet take 18,000 steps every day on average. When you run you'll add to that figure, as well as the amount of perspiration produced by the 250,000 sweat glands on each foot. With stresses like that it's no wonder your feet complain from time
Congratulations: you've run your marathon! Now, unless you wish to spend the next few weeks plagued with soreness, sniffles and a soul-sapping sense of apathy, read on.What you do in the days following a marathon is just as important as what you did before. Running 26.2 miles pla...
.Problem: Wide forefoot.Solution: Over the width of your foot just feed the laces up each side of the shoe, again using the criss-cross technique at the top.For a wide forefootFor a narrow footProblem: Narrow foot.Solution: Using the loop-lacing lock halfway up
Feet feeling fragile? Flick fast forthwith...Feet, in our Best of Heath & Injury forumFeet, in our Injuries A-Z sectionFeet, in our Q&A sectionOur shoe section, including...How to find the right shoe, andHow to lace your shoes properly
Speedwork pushes you out of your comfort zone - and improves fitness - faster than any other workout," says running coach Nick Anderson (runningwithus.com)."You recruit muscle tissue that otherwise lies dormant and you train your body to become efficient at faster paces."Unfortu...
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