, the more it seems to me that it's your cumulative running over your whole lifetime that makes a real difference. I may not run much, but I've been running on and off for my whole life."Expert ViewIf you have limited time to train, make every mile count
lined up to take part in the Stratford-upon-Avon Race for Life. I remember mentally giving myself the excuse of not doing well even before the gun went. I’d just had a baby, so it didn’t matter if things didn’t go to plan. But they did. I came fourth out
. But to say no would be ungrateful after all her encouragement. I watched as she explained the equipment, taking in nothing. As a life member of the baggy shorts and T-shirt brigade, I don't do heart-rate monitors. Explanations concluded and not understood
with a friendly stranger.As Josie Jump says, "10K run then forum picnic and a good cause: couldn't be better :-)"Need more persuasion? One lucky random entrant will win a pair of running shoes every year for the rest of their life! Sounds like just
This year, an amazing 750,000 women will be walking, jogging or running in a women-only Race for Life 5K. They'll help to raise a whopping £46 million for Cancer Research UK across 240 events. Will you be one of them?We're here to help you every
decided to make some massive changes in her life," Lee says. "She kicked cigarettes. No patches, just cold turkey. She lost three stone, and came off the pills she'd been taking for years for migraines."It was only after Rachel had made these vast
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Life, I have concluded, is more like a fartlek session than a marathon. It jogs along for years at a steady pace then it passes the second lamppost after the church and vroom! its head goes down and suddenly its thundering along at a five
UAN:255 Article type:--The Department of Health recommends we consume no more than 30-35 per cent of our total calories from fat in food, but in reality we consume nearer 40 per cent. Both so-called invisible fats those hidden in foods and visible oils, spreads and meat fats...
imaginable in the circumstances: as a regional manager for a chain of petrol stations, he spent all day driving from forecourt to forecourt, in junk food heaven.Andy’s tale is the first of an occasional series of real-life success stories that we
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