to dry – the heat will destroy the adhesives. If they are wet, stuff them with newspaper and leave them to dry naturally," says Exley.Bargain bins might offer great shoes at a fraction of the normal price, but beware – if they are old models, it means
fabric of your sports bra will wear in the washing cycle, and its elasticity will diminish during use. Try not to tumble dry your bra either: the heat will destroy the fabric on your bra and reduce its life.
's a notoriously hilly course through Dorset's Purbeck Hills, offering steep climbs and stunning views in equal measure. Organisers have brought the start time forward this year to 10am in an attempt to avoid the worst of the heat and the traffic
that to successfully make it through the challenge she was going to have to slow down her pace. The race started an hour ahead of schedule on Day Two to try and avoid the worst of the heat, and as early as Day Three sleep deprivation and depleted energy levels were
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