A cursory glance around Hugh Brasher’s office at the London Marathon HQ is enough to reassure you that his father’s legacy is in safe hands. A stack of medals from various races hang from a coat hanger in the corner of the room, telling you Hugh
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along the course in a van, and had just received a text from my cousin in the finish-line stands: “There have been two explosions, and the finish line is closed. The race is over.” My wife repeated the words, and suggested we should try to walk back
be consumed within 30 minutes of the race finishing to promote post-exercise muscle recovery. Pre-pack your kit bag with carb-rich foods as part of your recovery strategy: sandwiches, pasta pots, yoghurts and a good old bar of chocolate are all good choices
forum too, where there'll be plenty of post-race chat.
many suggestions these days involve fancy new age foods like quinoa or exotic berries not to mention expensive ones like avocados and (tasteless) chicken breasts. - William Brown 7 A1) Thanks for your post. There are some basic nutrition principles
’s important to realise that, however you use doubles, you’re adding a new stimulus to your training. Keep the pace easy on these new runs and, because most of these secondary runs are so short, you don’t need to devote time to your usual pre-and post
to say I have no chafing or post-ride soreness to report, but I wasn’t enamoured with the ‘wet nappy’ sensation of pulling up cream-slathered bike shorts. Hoo Ha promises to soothe and assist the healing of existing friction burns or chafed skin, too
problems, are when I’m driving or running.What would be your favourite post-run treat?A Nando’s – butterfly chicken breast with corn and salad. That’s my ultimate Nando’s experience. I think that’s my sports science background coming in because I go
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