It has been another great year for runners who like to shop. The past 12 months have seen, among other things, the convincing comeback of a faded shoe giant and the launch of a top-notch off-roader. It’s also seen cheap, but definitely not nasty, running apparel hit the shelves o...
With so many heart-rate and speed-and-distance monitors on the market it’s easy to forget that you can still buy sports watches that don’t receive signals from space or warn you that you’re in imminent danger of cardiac arrest. And if you’re happy to run unencumbered by chest str...
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 ...
to an average of 83 and a maximum of 111 - the two-for-one sausages offer was pretty exciting. "I'm amazed by your shopping heart rates," says Dunbar. "I'd expect them to be higher, you must enjoy it more than most people."Rob SpeddingAs well as keeping you
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