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...
half a lifetime left. So if you choose to stay in the running game, you need to renew and review your goals." One way to do that is to set age-based time goals each year. Try to beat the best time you've run for each distance while in the 45-49 age
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...
hormones. But when a heavy training schedule puts pressure on your immune system, you can ensure that you make healthy diet choices.The key to maintaining an efficient and effective immune system is to consume enough of the nutrients that play a vital role
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
Brain:When you see your boss coming your way after you've committed some minor (or major) mishap, your brain reads his or her expression and plots a course of action (it pumps out cortisol and adrenaline, which allows you to run, fast, should it become necessary). "That's good in...
on Mondays or any day after a holiday. Her advice is to make a weekend schedule, and stick with it. For help, line up a training partner.11. Stay involvedIt seems counter-intuitive, but keeping busy can keep you healthy. Having projects to do gives your day
and the generally accelerating pace of life, many of us feel that our fuel tanks easily run low.Thankfully, we runners do better than most. Experts say that our running gives us better health and more energy than people who don’t exercise. “If exercise could
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