again, but I've heard that you shouldn't return to running until you're fully fit. I know this isn't exactly the most pressing health issue in running, but, as a newbie to the sport, I want to do it right. I'm also hopelessly addicted and don't want
"I felt like I had no release, no safety valve, at any point from waking to going to bed. I wasn't a pleasant person to be around." Managing the Cancer Centre at one of London's biggest hospitals was starting to take its toll on Claire Levermore, 33. Regularly working 14-hour d...
You put a lot of effort into your training, nutrition and race-day goals – don’t sabotage it by neglecting your toenails. Keep an eye on them and take action if you spot something amiss. “Most toenail problems are easily avoided,” says podiatrist Trevor Prior (premierpodiatry.com...
adapting to a regular (or increasing) training load. Long runs, hard sessions and races also leave your immune system dramatically lowered, so knowing what to eat, drink and do immediately after exercise is vital for staying fit and healthy too.Keep Moving
by more than 60 per cent, reducing blood pressure and strengthening their immune system. The results were so significant, the researchers concluded, that not having close friends is as detrimental to your health as smoking or carrying extra weight. Add
by the Stanford University School of Medicine, US.Senior author Professor Jim Fries says, "Running or any vigorous, sustained exercise helps every organ system, which means it's the single most important thing you can do for your health." Here are just a few areas
Politics, pollution, taxes, the NHS: these are typical "mad as hell" topics. But for me, it's something different. I'm ticked off about health and fitness magazines, even this one, haranguing us about exercise, free-radical production and disease
...an overwhelming response!Dear Fellow Runners,Thank you to all of you who completed my Runners’ Health and Lifestyle Questionnaire, mentioned in the last Runners’ World electronic newsletter. A staggering 2110 people completed the questionnaire
yellow brick road," claims Steve. "So many things come to mind ... the disgusted stares, the sarcastic (and quite hurtful) comments, the ill health (although I very rarely saw a doctor), the constant back pain... the list is positively endless
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