BAD HABIT: You’re a night owl Runners who short-change sleep compromise recovery, immunity and mental sharpness, which can turn an easy workout into a gruelling one. "Sleep enhances the restoration of cells damaged by exercise," says Professor Jim Horne from the Sleep Research Ce...
legend Liz McColgan, who has set up a new elite training facility in her home town of Carnoustie, Scotland. "When you're tired, the first thing to go is your form – when I was gearing up for big races I'd almost focus more on this than my running
-how of the injury up a gear to gain mental control. "Develop specific visualisation of the problem area(s) by becoming familiar with anatomical drawings of the muscles of the body," says Russell. "Being able to 'see' those muscles widening and lengthening as you run
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