’ve enlisted the advice of some top kit experts to give you the definitive answer to your queries in our Q+A guide to keeping your gear running.SHOESQ: How can I tell when it’s time to replace my shoes?A: It’s tough – your favourite pair of shoes might feel
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, make sure you’ve packed everything you might need for the weekend. Write a list and check off your kit as you pack – it’s the best way of making sure you don’t leave any essential items behind. Check the weather forecast to get an idea of what
.What To Pack Make a checklist of essential running gear and tick off each item as you pack. "The most important thing is to pack your running shoes and any essential kit in your hand luggage," says Mike. "If it’s with you, then it can’t go missing!"Be prepared
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
Getty ImagesThe conundrum: push yourself too hard and run yourself into the ground. Don’t push yourself hard enough and never improve. The answer: start listening to your heart, not your head, by using a heart rate monitor (HRM). What does a HRM do?Training using an HRM makes sur...
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