Tuna and butter bean salad Arrange 2 handfuls watercress (or other salad leaves) and some chopped peppers on a plate. Spoon 100g tinned tuna on top, breaking it up as you go. Scatter over 100g (approx of a 410g can) butter beans. Pour over 1
– to 12 o’clock – with your right foot, lowering yourself into a lunge position. Return to the standing position. Keeping your supporting leg in the same position, lunge forward again, this time diagonally to 1 o’clock. Repeat the lunge to 2 o
You might be able to run through a tight hamstring or a sore quad, but an injured foot or ankle usually puts the brakes on a session – and can ruin your entire training season. Our feet and ankles, after all, are the foundation of our sport. When they are working well, they allow...
what colour liquid emerges. If the juice is nearly yellow, with no trace of red, it’s safe. If not, send it back.Freeze Some Melon BallsSubstitute frozen melon balls for ice cubes in fruit drinks; 110g of honeydew melon has 230mg of potassium and 20g
carbohydrate, 14g protein, 13g fat (of which 3.3g saturates), 5.7g fibre, 1.1g salt.Roasted vegetable and mozzarella wholemeal baps2–3 plum tomatoes, halvedred pepperyellow peppergreen pepper1 tablespoon (15ml) olive oil2 wholemeal baps25g reduced
. Don’t worry –the moves outlined below are easy to do anywhere and should make a real difference to the foot and ankle strength and mobility of any runner.The Monopoly Game Put 10 small objects – such as marbles or Monopoly pieces – on the floor
most runners have been told to lift. “Start with a weight that you can only lift 6-8 times, and increase that weight once you can lift it 10 times,” says Wayne Westcott, a strength-training coach. This will ensure you are continuously taxing the muscle
; 110g of honeydew melon has 230mg of potassium and 20g of vitamin C. Sweet NurturedIf you love jelly babies, here’s the news you’ve been waiting for: they’re one of the best secret weapons a runner can pack. A handful of low-fat sweets will help keep
minutes off my target time of 20 minutes. I actually came in at 22:05 and had even managed a sprint finish. Admittedly, there were a number of reasons why I did so badly. Firstly, I hadn't taken on nearly enough water and after 5 minutes of running my
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