balls that work out at a bargain 3p per wash.NUTRITIONTake a trip to a health food shop and stock up – it’s easy to make your own running-ready snacks with these back-to-basics recipes from former RW Nutrition Editor Anita Bean.Easy electrolytesTo make
Getty Images Most runners are keen to eat a healthy, balanced diet, and plumping for the fresh, seasonal food on your doorstep is an easy way to make sure your diet is made up of the freshest and most nutritious food around. Not only will eating local food boos...
Winter might seem like a lean time, but forget getting by on imported or tinned food - Britain's farmers are on hand with a bounty of nutrient-packed fruit and veg. Fill up on fuel for your winter training with the very best of British - and as well as being tastier and healthier...
nutrition rules of weight loss. Her advice can help any runner who wants to lose weight – whether it’s five pounds or five stone. She’ll show you how to track your food intake, space meals throughout the day to ward off hunger, and honestly count
This week's questioner loves his running and loves his beer. But do they mix?"How much harm will a skinful of ale a week before a marathon do me? I'm running my first full marathon of the year on Sunday 29 April, six days after St George's Day. St George's Day means a pressing en...
Knowing when and how much to drink while on a run is one thing - actually taking on water is quite another. Can you help this week’s questioner master the art and science of hydration?"During training I haven't been taking water with me, as I've not been going that far and I don...
The 2007 Personal Best Awards marked a new venture for Runner’s World but one that was long overdue – an annual celebration of all the best things in running. Our aim when founding the Awards was to recognise and reward the products and services runners find most valuable, and to...
We all know that running can help us control our weight, improve our fitness and, crucially, make us feel better about ourselves. But all these things are complicated when you're suffering or recovering from an eating disorder. This week's question was emailed to me by Amanda, a ...
the stairs instead of the lift, or do some gardening. Nutrition specialist Ann Grandjean says, "I have a long phone cord in my office, which allows me to pace while I talk during the day." Hit the weights: When you build your strength through weight training
. They're essential to your health, satisfy your cravings, and add to your energy supply Most nutrition experts suggest a diet of at least 20 per cent fat (along with 55 per cent carbohydrate, and 25 per cent protein. Decreased fat consumption can leave
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