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 Enduring Questions: Does Runner's High Exist? By Amby Burfoot on 07/04/2005 12:02:37 Shock answer! No... (well, not quite) ’m hovering around 108,000. That distant October turned out to have been my only serious encounter with runner’s high. It might have been vivid, but it hasn’t happened again. By my maths, this means I have experienced the rush on 0.00185 per cent of all my Enduring Questions: Ageing And Slowing By Amby Burfoot on 11/05/2006 11:30:06 Did you know that if you can run a four-hour marathon at age 30, you should be able to pip under 4:30 at age 49? Amby Burfoot examines how much you should expect to slow as you age 1.041 50 1.128 60 1.222 70 1.324 80 1.494 Click here to use Ray Fair's age-and-pace calculator Marathon Training: Smooth and Easy By Amby Burfoot on 16/01/2004 09:53:14 10 classic marathon Q&As, from training injury-free to overcoming dreaded boredom of the participants running a 62-mile race consumed 14,000 millilitres of liquid; another who ran only 26 miles, drank only 280 millilitres. The latter runner, not surprisingly, showed the most loss of vascular fluid, resulting in thickened blood plasma and impaired Enduring Questions: What's Your Ideal Weight? By Amby Burfoot on 08/11/2007 10:21:10 Dropping five pounds will make you healthier and help you run faster - as long as you have them to lose, that is . If your BMI drops below 18.5, you're at risk of becoming weaker and slower. WEIGHT LOST 5K 10K HALF-MARATHON MARATHON 900g 12.4 secs 25 secs 52 secs 1:45 2.3kg 31 secs 1:02 2:11 4:22 4.5kg It's Good To Walk By Amby Burfoot on 05/05/2002 15:49:01 A simple training technique can increase your endurance and calorie-burning, decrease injuries and maybe even help you to run faster toward home. Two hours, nothing to it. When I want to increase my training prior to a marathon, I just add another 9/1 segment on the outbound trip. Now the session lasts two hours and 20 minutes, and I hardly notice the difference. Two weeks later, I do Start Running Now: Our Get-Going Guide By Amby Burfoot on 01/01/2010 15:21:23 Anyone can become a runner - never mind the excuses, the weather or the bag of crisps calling your name. Here, a team of experts shows you how ."NUTRITIONPass on the extra carbsBread, bagels, pasta, potatoes and pancakes - you just can't get enough, right? Wrong, says sports nutritionist Nancy Clark, author of Nancy Clark's Food Guide for New Runners (£12.95, Meyer & Meyer Sport). Running two or three miles

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