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Apart from the sort of injuries that can plague all runners – shin splints, black toenails, tendonitis – there are some health issues that are more prevalent in women runners, and some that are exclusively female.AcneWomen runners can be plagued
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Neck painTen neck massages over 10 weeks. Sound good? People with chronic neck pain reported a 55 per cent improvement after this regimen, according to a study in the Clinical Journal of Pain. They even scored 39 per cent better on the worst-sounding test ever, the Neck Disabilit...
irreplaceable," says behavioural health consultant Joyce Hanna. "But it's not the only thing that can give you that exercise high." Taking up new and diverse activities - such as swimming, cycling, yoga or strengthening classes such as Body Pump - now
Getty ImagesImbibing copious amounts of alcohol over the Christmas period is for many as venerable a festive tradition as scoffing mince pies or arguing over what to watch on telly. And runners, while more body conscious than most, like to kick back as much as anyone else. Unfort...
Getty ImagesBelieve it or not, people who exercise frequently or for prolonged periods are more likely to pick up infections and catch colds than sedentary people.This is even more likely in autumn and winter – the traditional season for a triathlete to increase the volume of h...
to challenge your physical and mental limits and have fun as you work towards your running goals, whether that's to get in shape, finish a your first 5K or run a marathon.With chapters on training, health, nutrition, weight loss, running and pregnancy
Your calves and shins may not have the complex construction or delicate reputation of your knees and feet, but that doesn’t mean they’re indestructible. In a recent survey of 14,000 injured runners, sports podiatrist Stephen M Pribut found that calf pulls were the second most com...
UAN: Article type:--Knowledge is power, in running as in any other pursuit. The more you know about training, nutrition and health, the better youll be at getting the most from your running, whether that means fitness, weight loss, great race
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