The Runner’s World Complete Guide to Women’s Running is the essential guide for women everywhere.Running is a simple sport, but it's not always easy to take the first steps towards a new you, so we've put together this guide to help you become the runner you want to be. The Runne...
Q I assumed I could drink less when running in the autumn, but my urine is dark yellow, which I know means I’m dehydrated. Are there any guidelines for staying hydrated in cooler weather? A Exercising in cold conditions can blunt your thirst, increase your urine output (cold-indu...
six sets. This is plenty for a beginner. You should also consider increasing one run a week to more than 30 minutes. A good goal would be to build up one weekly run to at least 60 minutes.At some point, you may also want to add threshold training runs
partners. Almost every club caters for beginners, and you’ll find that running with other people is always easier than running alone.—Bud Baldaro, coach and RW Contributing Editor
Q Ive been running for just over a year now and can now comfortably train at around 10 minute/mile pace for an hour, which I do three times a week. However, Ive been doing this for at least six months and dont seem to be able to get any quicker. Id like to do some speedwork,...
Q. I’m planning to train for some single-discipline events over the winter. Should I carry on training in the other two disciplines or reduce my training in those areas? Do most triathletes dial back the swimming in winter?A. Well done on having a focus over the winter and planni...
of injury?How can I bounce back when I feel like a beginner again?NutritionWhat's the best way to top up my energy reserves during a long run?What - and when - should I eat before an early-morning run?How long should I leave between a booze-up and a marathon
Q. Do I have to ride my bike in a pair of briefs?A. You can change from your swimwear into your bike gear in the first transition from swim to bike but there are far less time-consuming options. One idea is to invest in a tri-suit, which can be worn for all three disciplines, but...
the time to fully appreciate the best the British countryside has to offer! . Find Out More Top 10 Running Surfaces Not all running surfaces are created equal - we've rated the top 10, from asphalt to woodland. Q+A
Visit the official Runner's World page
Follow Runner's World on Twitter
Other Natmag-Rodale Sites
Run For Charity
About Runner's World
Runner's World is a publication of Hearst Magazines UK which is the trading name of The National Magazine Company Ltd, 72 Broadwick Street, London, W1F 9EP. Registered in England 112955. All rights reserved.
Website powered by: Immediate Media Company Limited. | © Runner's World 2002-2013 |