The simple act of moving forward is a powerful force. Running can function as a social service to reduce loneliness in the elderly, put troubled lives back on track and act as a focus to help young athletes achieve their goals. The following Heroes have inspired us in the past ye...
Runner's World - May 2013 issueBe prepared for every step of your marathon and full proof your body against injury. All this and more in our May 2013 issue!Subscribe online now and you'll also receive full access to all our premium content, and our entire online events calendar. ...
.Plus, discover more half-marathons where you can run alongside our pacing teams for added motivation or to keep on track for your spring marathon.
Finishing a marathon takes huge reserves of mental strength. Sports psychologist Dr Victor Thompson, part of the ASICS PRO Team, shares some of the principles of sports psychology to keep you running strong.Flick through our slideshow to discover Dr Thompson's eight essential str...
More than 36,000 of you competed the London Marathon on Sunday. Whether you’ve earned yourself a shiny new PB, finished your first marathon or just completed the course, it’s a tremendous achievement.Find out how you can move on and build on your marathon experience - whether you...
The TrunceThanks to all of you who sent us your running photos from last year and apologies that we weren’t able to acknowledge them all personally. We’ve now uploaded a selection of your submissions for your perusal, from mid-run action shots to beaming finishers, expansive roll...
When you run, there is one guarantee: you’ll have triumphs and setbacks – and the latter can quash motivation.” Wise words from sports psychologist Paul Russell, but a decent training diary can make a big difference. It’s where you can commit
the runner you want to be. The Runner's World Complete Guide to Women's Running is packed with expert training advice, proven weight-loss strategies, can't-fail motivation tips and inspirational real–life success stories.This book will empower you
-year-round availability.You're guaranteed a place with so many events to choose from.Big races - forHundreds - or even thousands - of competitors for company.Supportive crowds will keep you motivated.Big triathlons tend to be held in the warm summer months
focus over the winter and planning some events through what is often a difficult time for triathletes, in terms of remaining motivated and maintaining effort due to the onset of colder weather and a long season. Opting to focus on single
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