such as muscle, tendons, ligaments and bone. The flesh contains vitamin C, and the skin is rich in potassium and magnesium.
training so you peak in time for a race. What, when and why?Until the Soviet sports scientists got on board, athletes trained at the same intensity all year round. As well as being deeply boring, the constant pressure and physiological demand on the body
a slow, gradual warm-up," says Holt. And even when you're not racing, don't think you can dive straight in to a run – you're just as likely to tear cold muscles and ligaments in weekly speed or tempo sessions, so factor in a 10-minute warm-up then
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