. Athlete's FeetFor long summer runs, leave warm winter socks in the wardrobe and slip on thinner socks to sidestep sweaty feet, blisters, athlete’s foot or worse.
into the stretching habit is to do it whenever you have a minute. Whenever you boil a kettle, do neck stretches or hoick your foot onto the worktop and stretch your legs. If you find yourself in a queue, do some more neck stretches or work those arms!Longer read
level. Complete Guide To Hydration Scientific research, the most practical advice: everything a runner needs to know about drinking. Post Marathon: A Voyage Of Recovery (non-subscriber preview) Start your marathon recovery on the right foot.
the train on foot means taking on more than 14 steep and muddy miles of roads, fields, hills, stiles, tracks and agricultural land. Book family and friends on the return train journey for support, encouragement – and witnesses to your feat!With over a
GETTY IMAGESTravelling on foot might well leave behind a lighter carbon footprint than other ways of getting around. But with just a few simple tweaks to your training and racing routine it’s easy to become an even greener runner.KIT Over 1
-Marathon, June 14 Humber Bridge Half-Marathon (East Yorkshire, June 14) Grab this rare opportunity to race over the longest bridge in the world you can cross on foot in the 10th staging of the Humber Bridge Half-Marathon. The route’s single loop crosses
(September 13) Diss 15 (September 27) Wycoller Hoof 18 (September 27) Victory 5 (September 20, Hampshire) The fleet of foot should head to Portsmouth for this swift and slickly run five-mile road race. With a suitably grand start and finish
to Abergynolwyn and back might sound madcap, but its devoted followers just keep coming back - 2009 was the 28th staging of this much-loved event. Following the train on foot means pitting yourself against 14 steep and muddy miles of roads, fields, hills, stiles
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