yourself with a GPS-powered distance monitoring system.Well, yes, running can be a little pricey. But there are plenty of kit bargains out there that can keep your favourite pastime your most economical. We've gathered together a few examples of top
-brainer choose a gilet. We think these sleeveless tops are the most versatile pieces of kit you can buy and should be in every runner's wardrobe. A gilet will keep your torso dry and warm on all but the coldest, wettest runs and if the rain stops
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...
Scrabbling around in the cupboard under the bathroom sink for something to treat a minor running injury is a common occurrence chez Spedding. Sadly, I’ve yet to find a muscle pull or joint twist that responds well to applications of Bonjela or six
’ll notice that the fabrics used in most of these base layers are surprisingly similar to those used in summer kit. Whatever the temperature, you need kit made of lightweight material that wicks, that is, draws moisture away from the skin. In winter, wet
To help you flash a little more leg we've put together a selection of some of the best shorts on the market.Brooks Element Notch – £22Silky shell and super-soft lining. A longer cut means that they aren't too revealing. (Men's + Women's) Contact www.brooksrunning.co.uk; 01903 817...
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 ...
We are never going to claim that running a marathon personal best is easy. Even if you've never run a marathon before, there's no guarantee you'll walk away with a new mark. You might have completed every training session; treated each ache as soon as it arose; and stuck to the p...
So far this year we've printed three of our four quarterly Shoe Buyer's Guides. And that means we've already tried and tested an astonishing 63 pairs of brand new, or significantly updated, running shoes in 2004. As we still have one more guide to go this year, you can reckon on ...
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