The Runner's World Personal Best Awards aim to recognise and reward the products and services that have helped make your running so enjoyable and enriching.This year, a carefully-selected expert panel will decide the winners in the following six
The RW Pace Team was out in force at the Race Your Pace Half-Marathon on February 20.Congratulations to everyone who took part in the race and made it such a memorable day. Click through our photo gallery to catch up with all the action.Plus, discover more half-marathons where ...
Congratulations to the following Runnersworld.co.uk members, whose helpful reviews of their current stability shoes have won them a pair of Asics's all-new flagship shoe – the Gel Kinsei – to review on this site. Knackered, who compares Brooks
record your lap times to help you pace yourself perfectly.4. Paddock Wood AC Half-Marathon, KentDate in 2012: April 1A fast, accurate course on roads through the hop fields and orchards of Kent, this varied race is ideal spring marathon prep
. How will Pranayama breathing help your running?'Inhaling and exhaling to a count of six helps stabilise your breath, one of the most important components of yoga - and running,' explains Olga. 'Pranayama breathing can help improve elasticity of the lungs and improve
plethora of info, especially when linked with Garmin’s heartrate monitor and speed/cadence sensor. Usability is easy, the main menu is accessed via the big orange button on the side and is simple to navigate, plus there are some nifty shortcuts to help
carbohydrate intake? – to find out what works best for you.Many people start running to help control their weight, and soon find that as they get lighter, they are able to run faster or further. The trouble with keeping on trying to lose weight
Just imagine a world without aerodynamics - there would be no flight, cars would be square and humans would fall over in a gust of wind. Formula One races would take days. That got us thinking. Racing cars have evolved to optimise speed in every conceivable way, but just because ...
and on the run. As long as you expect this, you shouldn't have a problem. Armed with your heart rate monitor and a little know-how, you'll be able to avoid overstressing your body in the heat or at altitude. It will help you stay within your limits, and you
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