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and have been shown to reduce running performance over 10K by as much as 2 minutes. It is also worth noting that cases of exertional heat illness, such as heatstroke, are not isolated to the summer months. The best way to assess your fluid loss
Q. Im a novice runner and I am working my way up to 30 minutes of running at 12-minute/mile pace. I plan to stick at 30 minutes for one month, then start adding some speed before a 5K. What would be the best speedwork for me?A. Begin your
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
triathlon coach, Watt Bike instructor and Run In England leader, and also oversees the Parachute Regiment selection process. He has sub-1:00 Ironman swims to his name and regularly competes in triathlons and challenge events.
at the running club true?And unless you’ve exclusive 24-hour access to a panel of experts, there’s no better place to turn than the RW forums. Here you can tap the collective knowledge of more than 350,000 runners, from fresh-faced first-timers to wizened oldies
in waves of 150 or more, things can become hectic and it is possible you may find someone swimming over you, under you or even across you. The swim usually becomes calmer after the first 100m or so as the faster swimmers pull ahead and the field becomes
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
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