We've been asked to help find hundreds of runners for a new research project into psychological states while running. Read on to discover how you could learn about some innovative techniques to improve your running experience and get personalised
As any runner who’s ever felt their legs turn into lead anvils at the end of a hard session or race knows, running further or faster all boils down to a battle against fatigue. So you train to increase either the distance or the pace – or both – you can sustain without tiring. Bu...
marathon training and racing experience. In the run up to their VIP Paris Marathon experience, the Target 26.2 runners are enjoying expert coaching, physio, nutrition and sports psychology advice, as well as being kitted out head to toe in the latest ASICS
from your body in every race you do can lead to injury, lasting fatigue and psychological issues, which can hamper your running for life."To read the full 14 fixes - including advice on hitting the right pace in each training session and performing well
’s Professional File (£6.99, from Boots) to combat black toenails, Flexitol Heel Balm (£5.99 from taureanhealth.com) for rough or dry heels and Lamisil AT Cream (£3.99 for 7.5g from Boots.com) for athlete’s foot.BAD HABIT: You are a race-day guinea pig If you
and stuck with them. I never felt that I dropped back in the pack which was brilliant.All my race-day strategies worked too. I took a carb gel about Mile 6, then another one at Mile 13. They really helped me overcome any wobbles, although I did feel a bit
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