, then back to the gym and home to bed via the track.Many become so habituated to running kit that they develop disabling allergies to ordinary fabrics. One famous middle-distance runner was recently married in a Gore-Tex wedding gown with a veil of perforated
Heart-rate monitors vary hugely in price and functionality. For less than £20 you can pick up an HRM that simply measures your pulse, while parting with £150+ will give you a monitor that will set training zones for you, tell you how many calories you’ve burned and allow you to d...
will also be on hand to offer support throughout the lead-up to the race. Many manage large groups of runners, and this can really help you to feel part of a team. You’ll also receive kit, training advice and – depending on the charity - be invited to attend
Have you ever finished a race in a sweaty, sopping mess, your kit wallpapered to your body and your hair looking like you've just been for a fast spin in a washing machine? Sweating is an inevitable - and essential - by-product of exercise
the jogger also be used for different activities, or as your everyday buggy? In general, the more a buggy has been engineered for running, the less versatile it will be as an everyday pushchair. So, if you just want to do a spot of weekend jogging, look for a
GETTY IMAGESIf you’re just getting started, don’t be befuddled by terms like wicking, pronation or GPS. Get everything you need - not what the shop assistant wants to sell you – with our guide to key kit essentials.If you’ve been running for a
the lucky five ASICS Target 26.2 contenders as their journey to the Paris Marathon begins.ASICS: Get Kitted OutMarathon training in the cold, dark winter months is always hard. So, we’ve put together some of the best ASICS kit to keep you warm and visible
), America, Denmark, Belgium, Norway and others worldwide. How do I join? The Club allow people who have run 50 or more marathons to join as "wannabes", although until you reach 100 you can't wear club kit. How do people manage 100 marathons? It's a
shiny new PB. For training, physio and nutrition tips from Steve and the PRO Team experts to make you a lean racing machine get involved on Lee’s and Colin’s forum threads.Get Kitted OutOur five contenders have been kitted out head to toe with ASICS gear
Whatever type of runner you are, you should give serious consideration to investing in a heart rate monitor. From as little as £40 you can add a whole new dimension to your training. Strap on a heart rate monitor and you’ll never run too quickly or too slowly again. You won’t be ...
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