Many runners assume that because they run, they don’t need to do leg-strengthening exercises. This isn’t necessarily true. A specific weight programme targeting your legs could reap a huge race dividend, particularly over longer distances. If you run a marathon
run a conservative race to pick off runners in the closing stages and finished strongly to win a surprising bronze medal. It was the USA's first Olympic Marathon medal since Joan Benoit Samuelson won gold at the inaugural women's marathon in 1984
London Marathon. Tick. Great North Run. Tick. You’ve crossed off some classic British races from your to-do list but there’s a whole world waiting out there for your next racing kick. Whether you fancy soaking up the amazing atmosphere of New
It’s unlikely you’ll win every race you enter but you can be a winner every time you race by beating yourself and setting a new PB. Here are nine tips that work.Strong LegsMany runners assume that because they run, they don’t need to do leg
felt incredibly thirsty for the whole bike ride and the last lap of the run was a blur. Now I start hydrating three days before a race."
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