, hydrated, refreshed and recovered for the task.Training Checklist Beginning on Monday, do no runs longer than four miles. And when you do head out, remember that these jaunts are more for your head than your body, because training has little effect
route as insurance against an energy crash.Drink UpConventional Thinking: Drink lots of water. Uncommon Wisdom: Drink only when you're thirsty. Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate. You're deluged by the message to drink lots of water every day
out speedwork for a few weeks."Subscribers can view more running wisdom - including stretching, fuel and hydration tips - in the full article. If you'd like to subscribe, you can enjoy your first three issues for just £3 by subscribing online now.
to failure without loss of enthusiasm" Winston ChurchillThe Fear: The HeatThe Fix: Start Slow, Start HydratingNot a major concern as we skate through an icy British winter, but one that'll rear its sweaty head again when our nearest star gets back
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