Like so many of the other firsts in my life – first school, first kiss, first child – I remember my first “runner’s high” as if it were yesterday. It came on a perfect October afternoon while I was running near a cider mill near my childhood home. A
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, and itscarbon kevlar midsole plate adds a perceptible smoothness and spring to the forefoot feel of the shoes in which it is used. The F1 High Speed is the fourth Fila shoe to use this plate. The good news is that as an everyday neutral trainer it has an above
All was going really well for a sub-4 hour target, until I needed to use some of my Lucozade Sport running gels, after then the stomach ache and tummy cramps set in, a very needed pit-stop to the toilet lost me vital time! 4.07 was my official time in the end!Last year I could no...
, the milk combo gives a richer taste much like a tasty chocolate milkshake, but it is equally drinkable and appetising with water for a less indulgent post-workout drink.You can’t fault High5 on taste and the science behind the shake caters specifically
Happy HourSurvive it: Alcohol stimulates the appetite, so pre-empt that hunger with a protein-rich snack. Don’t linger at the bar if unhealthy foods are within reach. Order low-calorie drinks, such as a small glass of wine or a light beer.Afternoon munchiesSurvive it: Is it hung...
Sweatshop HighViz Run Bib (£6.00)Kerry says: Hitting the streets again after your annual attempts to eat your own body weight in Quality Street? Make sure you're seen as you lumber your way back to fitness in the dark winter months. The visibility
Q London will be my first marathon, and after looking at quite a few training schedules, I remain puzzled about one thing. What, precisely, are the benefits of clocking up a high weekly mileage? Surely lots of miles of running will result
to some anomalies.I suspect that you are a high beater. This simply means that your heart muscles beat at a faster rate across the various levels of exercise and training than your peers do. This isnt a bad thing, merely a personal idiosyncrasy
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