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The Fear: Getting InjuredThe Fix: Train Smarter What is a runner's number one fear? No, it's not being pursued by the giant octopus on the previous pages, but injury, according to two-thirds of RW poll respondents. Start winning your battle
© Getty ImagesPut simply, good core stability is one of the most effective ways to prevent injuries and improve running efficiency. The groups of muscles that make up your core section provide essential support so strengthening your core should form
For most runners, doubles are a foreign concept, assumed to be the province only of those cranking out 100-mile weeks. I would like to convince you to think otherwise. Intelligently adding some double days to your programme can help advance your fitness, even if you wind up not s...
DEHYDRATION Ouch You're parched, your mouth is full of cotton balls, and your heart races. Science Plain and simple: You've lost too much fluid. Cure Drink! Water is best to quench the thirst, but drink what you crave. HITTING THE RED ZONE Ouch Your muscles burn – an...
my mileage and practised running above 14,000 feet, but still I'd limped home after aggravating an old Achilles injury. Today I was ready for a charmed third try. I was fit, healthy and confident of a top-10 finish. Maybe I'd even break three hours
-pack. They've learned how essential it is for runners to engage these muscles to finish fast, reduce pain and hang tough on long runs. Best of all, they've tailored workouts to help them do that. All runners – from those rehabilitating injuries to elites
down, without the core strength to control your movement, your quads and knee joints bear the extra pounding of your body weight, which can lead to fatigue, pain and even injury. 4. Endurance As you're nearing the end of a race, a solid core helps
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