for your anaerobic threshold if you know it. Alternatively, there's a ‚'free' setting to use just the basic functions. A 'marathon' feature allows you to analyse your time and HR for each mile split. Though it's a fairly sophisticated piece of kit, our
. It’s testament to an unerring commitment to runner-specific functionality that guarantees performance and comfort. Dependable and good value, from the budget-friendly Response range up to the top-performing adiZero kit, your votes show you see
It’s easy to understand why so many of you ask us for advice about choosing a treadmill. Next to good shoes, a treadmill may be a runner’s best friend. You can do practically anything your training demands – hills, intervals, tempo, long distance – on them. Unlike on a normal run...
Drinking during most races is pretty simple. Race organisers thoughtfully set up trestle tables with cups, and kindly volunteers hand out energy drinks, water or weak orange squash to parched competitors. Sadly, unless your friends and family are as fanatical about your running a...
It’s not so long ago that speed and distance judgement was regarded as a skill acquired by those prepared to invest years in their running. For a substantial investment of a different kind you can now literally have this expertise on your wrist. Speed and distance monitors are th...
Base layers have nowhere to hide in the climate chamber at Nottingham Trent University's School of Biomedical and Natural Sciences. NTU's chamber, with a temperature range of –20°C to +40°C was a perfect testing ground. Our testers had temperature gauges taped to their arms and c...
We all know that our feet are delicate and need a good pair of running shoes to protect them from what lies underfoot. What many of us don’t consider is that a good pair of socks is almost as important to protect your delicate tootsies from injury and strain.Choosing running sock...
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...
Welcome to the Runner's World Shoe Buyer's Guide, proof that running continues to grow despite the downturn: with more manufacturers launching into the UK market and a wider range of shoes from the big brands, we've reviewed 42 new models in our biggest-ever guide. This means tha...
Welcome to the Runner's World Autumn Shoe Guide 2009. You'll find reviews of 28 of the best new running shoes on the market here, as well as an insight into the technologies they contain and plenty of expert advice. There are shoes for all shapes, running styles and wallets. Man...
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