to that as opposed to something acoustic or chilled out gives that motivation to push harder. Or something else with a bit of fire in it like rock or heavy metal is also good if that’s your thing.What elements make up a classic running tune?A fast pace, something
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Great Britain and Ireland and is a keen participant in the Ironman event.If you struggle with race day nerves, motivation or need some tips on how to cope when the going gets tough in a race, Victor will be on hand to help.Q1. Here's a curve ball, I
On Sunday 7 April, our ASICS Target 26.2 runners took to the boulevards of Paris in the culmination of our spring marathon training project. Their goal? To run their best ever 26.2 miles at the Paris Marathon.Whittled down from over 1,700 applications, and following a tough Boot ...
and motivating. This month we will focus on leg drills.Your legs should help elevate your hips and body but many swimmers find the opposite happens. It's a common problem and the solution is straightforward, though it can take a little time because such technique
incorporate into your training? A. Strength and conditioning isn’t really part of my training. Unless I’m specifically working on an area of weakness to prevent injury.Q. How do you stay motivated when it gets tough in the race?A. I like to picture scenarios
, eight and 10 were so inspired by the Olympics. We’rea fit family. We’ve all done Parkrun together.My favourite…RouteI’m happy running anywhere – pavements, parks, even the treadmill. I’m not distracted or motivated by pretty views.SoundsUpbeat dance
Why did you embark on the challenge?I’d followed the trail for years and always wanted to go to New Zealand so when the trail was opening that was it, I had to do it, no question. I was so motivated, totally wanted it and was totally excited
? For example, normal porridge oats and many rice-based snacks often say "contains gluten" on the back of the pack. But I expect that the gluten content in such products would be very small (but they obviously have to declare it as an allergen). My motivation
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