You're a busy person. You have enough to think about. So you can forget these 10 worries once and for all."I don't have time to squeeze in a run today." As little as 10 minutes a day of continuous running can boost both your fitness and your mood. "I might have to pee during the ...
Unhappy with your last 10K? Convinced you could have finished a little faster? Unless you’re Haile Gebrselassie, you’re probably right. (If you are Haile Gebrselassie, you can skip this article.) Or perhaps faster race times don’t matter to you at all. Perhaps your training just ...
training plan, diet and race-day strategy. "Every race is a puzzle," says coach Jeff Horowitz, author of My First 100 Marathons (£15.99, Skyhorse Publishing). "Look for clues to solve it." Did you rest enough during your taper? Did you go out too fast? Did
they need to function properly," says Edwards. "Deep, long breaths activate the parasympathetic nervous system, slowing down your heart rate and reducing anxiety." My last race was a shocker – and now I've lost my motivation What's happening That brick
starting to run, or overcoming obstacles. It might be about your marathon build-up, or race-day. It might just be an account of a run on a clear, fresh day. The possibilities are endless.Each month's best stories will appear in the three magazines and win a
loads of advice from our coaches and experts. Don’t miss:How to stretch and use a foam roller with physio Sarah Connor.Beat race-day demons with the help of sports psychologist Victor Thompson.Nutritionist Ruth McKean talks race-day nutrition and answers
Running addicts can be hard to take, but being laissez-faire isn't ideal, either. "Competition motivates you, but you need to focus on your own performance, not on how others do," says performance counsellor Shaunna Taylor of the Association
yourself because something positive happened at work or at home that fed into your training or race-day performance.Now, for comparison, think back to a recent learning experience (some people might call them failures, but we won't - it's such a negative
If you don't have a big race in your sights, it can be hard to stay focused. Challenge yourself, or join others with weekly, monthly or annual mileage targets. By setting yourself a mileage challenge you can combine the motivation of having a target
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