biomechanic structure to men, which means different shoes - and different injuries - and physical changes like pregnancy and the menopause are likely to affect your training. Whether you're taking your first tentative steps into the world of running or you
couple of months. Take it gradually, and definitely do some core stability and pelvic floor exercises. Don't expect to be anywhere near your pre-pregnancy fitness. – Jayne EcottYou know your body better than your midwife doesThe key thing is to do what
between 30 and 50 miles a week when their partner conceived.The study revealed that the non-runners and those covering less than 30 miles a week had a 62 per cent chance of fathering male offspring – compared to the average of 51 per cent for the general
Every career has its highs and lows. Just ask Gary Barlow. Two years ago he was resigned to a lifetime of nostalgia TV programmes. But with a bit of advice and support, Barlow and his band Take That stormed the charts again in December. The lesson is clear: no matter how badly yo...
didn’t feel right, and found out that I was expecting again – I’d inadvertently run the marathon while six weeks’ pregnant.Through all my pregnancies, I drop the speed sessions and run a lower mileage, and towards the end I run more on a treadmill so
that there's little or no evidence to support this theory in fit women. In fact, well-monitored exercise is recommended for fit women during pregnancy – and that includes running. You can exercise hard (but not to exhaustion) so long as you're already
heart rate monitor help me lose weight? --When I run more I eat more. How can I lose weight? --I've lost 8st through running. Now I'd like to build up from 20 minutes a day.How can I change my life? I'm 40 and a physical wreckWOMEN'S RUNNINGShould post-pregnancy
adapting your training to your pregnancy?(GoLightly)I've cut back on the training, and I'm doing more of it on the elliptical trainer and aqua jogger. It's not just for the joints – I'm getting heavier now as well, so when I get into the water it's like
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