This week's questioner had a baby in January. But, unlike her fellow new mum Paula Radcliffe, she doesn't have a coach as a hubby. How should she get back into running?"I used to run most mornings (approx 3 miles) and loved it. I gave up a year ago
UAN: Article type:--One of the beauties of our sport is that you can run on just about any surface, anywhere in the world. As long as you have feet, you can train wherever you find yourself. But not all surfaces are created equal vary your
participating in marathons. I’m careful to say “participating” because I’ve never actually run a marathon (I use a run/walk method for long distances), let alone raced one. Still, for me, standing at a start line 26.2 miles from a finish line is the purest
Enjoy running? Like overseas travel? Like the company of other runners? Think you might be able to tolerate the company of RW staff members on their best behaviour for a few days or more...?Great! Runner's World has been enjoying your company
If you haven’t managed to secure a place through the ballot for next year’s Flora London Marathon, don’t despair: there’s still plenty of time to apply for a Golden Bond place and run for a charity. In fact, joining the masses who will be raising
By far the biggest physical achievement of my life is running a single mile... I have of course since built upon that mile, but it was tough. One mile became three miles. Three miles became 10K, which in turn became a half-marathon, and I am glowing
runners. But whether you run a 2:30 or a 4:30 marathon, you too should up your sleeping game, says Professor Jim Horne from the Sleep Research Centre at Loughborough University. "Consistent, regular, good-quality sleep is vital when training for any
Cycling really can improve your running. Researchers at the University of Toledo in the United States asked 10 regular runners to add three bike sessions to their existing schedules. After six weeks, the scientists found that the runners' perceived
What are your running fears? Injury? Hitting the wall? When the anxiety monster rears its ugly head, here's how to beat it - or even make it work for you.Beat your racing fears.Beat your training fears. Beat your health fears.
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