It's our favourite week of the year - Virgin London Marathon week! To celebrate, we've teamed up with Saucony to give you the chance to win a pair of Kinvara 3 running shoes.Rather than the usual competition page on the site, we've decided to tap into all the fun of the VLM Expo ...
+A: When should I start running outside? Even newcomers to the sport are sure to enjoy the sense of freedom trail running offers - here's how to ease the transition for those more accustomed to running on a treadmill. Gear: Off-Road Shoes Our
already know how tough the Challenge is.But I do remember how beautiful and varied the races are - and how amazing I felt when I crossed the final finish line last time. I'm hoping this week will reignite my love of running, so I can get in gear for a
for tougher training. Get your muscles in gear by clocking up long, slow miles but take care not to do too much to soon - aim to beef up your usual mileage by about 10 per cent per week to avoid injury. Phase 2: Strength training Maintain your aerobic
of the field, start planning your fancy dress costume now. With prizes for fancy dress as well as the usual winner and age categories, this is one race where technical gear comes second to style. 4. Grizzly & Cub Run Where: Devon When: March, 2010
three weeks before the Edinburgh Marathon – so take it slow for a perfect last training run before taper if you're gearing up for a spring marathon. Among a small field, you'll tackle 20 miles along quiet country roads through the pretty villages
– but we only recycle or reuse a measly 14 per cent of this. Drop your old running gear off at one of Britain’s 6,000 textile banks and you can walk away happy knowing that it’s got another useful life ahead of it. Clothes that are too tatty to be worn
: The RW Complete Guide to Stretching Get kitted outUse the New Year's sales as an excuse to kit yourself out in the right gear – appropriate running shoes, a technical top or two and gloves and hat for the wintery months ahead.If you're running in bog
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