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to the doctors that had helped me recover that led me to train for and run my first London Marathon – raising money to support Spinal Research. Up to then I had always hated running (unless I had a ball tucked under my arm and an eye on the touchline) – I
with twin miles two miles run at an identical, reasonable pace. Thats because research shows that 10K competitors usually run the third mile at the speed used during the second mile of the race.After running twin miles and a similar or slightly faster
to the research with this growing selection of articlesTune Up Your PerformanceStudies suggest that the effect music has on your running performance could depend on your personality. Athletes who tune into how they feel while they run are less likely to find music
glasses of water a day, concluded Valtin,. The published data strongly suggest that we probably are drinking enough, and possibly even more than enough.Ron Maughan, Visiting External Professor of Loughborough University and the foremost researcher
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
cent loss in body weight caused by dehydration can lead to anything up to a 20 per cent drop in performance; in fact, even a one per cent drop can significantly diminish the performance of some individuals. While most research would support the view
The Year of Pain – Event 1 – Tough GuyUp at 05:30 after a nice early night, four scrambled eggs on toast and I have to say feeling a little nervous. It's minus 1 outside and that is not something I am excited about. Anyway I pulled on my black Spiderman outfit, not exactly a good...
standing). Another found that saddle design didn't matter much in terms of penile oxygen levels: both traditional saddles and saddles with cutouts or other ergonomic designs still resulted in lower levels. Researchers have only begun to consider whether
The Triathlon Industry Association (TIA) launched the most comprehensive research study ever undertaken of the British triathlon community this week, with the aim to develop understanding of the sport in the UK and support its growth and development
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