years on, not only am I simply a happier, healthier person, but I've also progressed in my career, having been made Directorate General Manager of Neurosciences across three major hospitals with a £50 million budget." Doctor’s orders Whatever
GETTY IMAGES1. WALK AND RUNRemember: miles are miles, as far as your belly's concerned. "Coming back from injury last year, I needed a plan to stop me piling on weight," says James Smith from Hemel Hempstead. "I stopped taking the bus and started walking to work and back instead....
, what you ate, the weather and even your general mood before, during and after each run," adds Wood. "It'll help you identify patterns and the cause and effect of good and bad runs." And training logs don't have a ‘use by' date. "I have all my training
’s too late and they’re halfway round a marathon," explains Wayne Edwards, musculoskeletal podiatrist at Health and Fitness Solutions in London. "Most worrying is when they cut their toenails or try to sort a problem the day before a big race without any
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