Our priorities are all out of shape. When we worry about fat, we focus on the stuff you can pinch between your fingers, the stuff that droops over waistbands and sabotages the silhouette. But something far more sinister is going on beneath the slightly wobbly surface. When it com...
Chrissie Wellington, A Life Without Limits (£18.99)Julia says: Before reading this book I expected it simply to cover the training life and perseverance it took for Chrissie to become the incredible sports woman that she is. How wrong I was
-snug in its slim fit design and clinches at the waist, holding everything in and proving to be a flattering fit. Plus the bold turquoise colouring will add a splash of life to your running wardrobe and hopefully put a spring in your step – well, that might
Sometimes life makes you just want to curl up in a ball. Lucky for you then that Sasangasana, or Rabbit Pose, allows you to do this without looking like an antisocial nutter.Sasangasana: Step by Step1. Kneeling down with your feet together flat
If you’re feeling a hole in your life after the summer of sport, the Thrillseekers Adventure Film Festival might just fill the Olympic-sized gap.Organisers of the film festival which kicked off this week promise to take the celebration of epic
I will remember for the rest of my life.” he said after Sunday's world-record-breaking run.“I once had a dream ... all the effort, all the hard work, the blood, the sweat and the tears. Where do I go from here? Who knows? For now it’s a time to just
far more than that.A life-changing race On Friday August 20, 2004, Kelly Holmes walked on to the track in the Olympic stadium in Athens for the first round of the 800m. Outside of the British athletics fraternity, nobody really noticed. Nobody went out
, they really grasp all that tension and determination. Winning my Olympic gold medal was definitely my career highlight. It changed my life and it’s never gone away, everyone remembers it. It was a dream I had since I was 14 years old. It’s the ultimate
is tell it the length of the swimming pool you train in and you’re good to go.Battery life of approximately one year.Includes a built in alarm clock for those early morning swims.Syncs to Garmin Connect (LINK), a free website to track progress, set goals
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