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It’s not something I usually have a problem with - I just reach into the drawer, pull out the closest bit of clobber and bound out the door – but oh, how times have changed (and the weather, and people's opinions of running in 'apple catchers
such as PowerBreathe: blowing into the adjustable inflation valve gives your lungs a real workout.Contact: www.gorebikewear.comOrca Women's Lite Vest, £45.99Perhaps the most aesthetically pleasing option, this gilet has reflective piping running throughout its
Running to work (and home again) can help you maximise your training and keep your regime on track. But you'll need something to carry your keys, phone, shoes - maybe even your laptop.So we road-tested eight of the latest running backpacks to select
around the toe boxes, with the fit becoming more comfortable after the first run. LewisKit Coolmax Curbar £4 Fibre content 42% merino wool, 42% acrylic, 14% nylon, 2% elastaneShort description Multi-purpose sock that is light, breathable and has thinly
you can protect your assets by investing in proper support. Why wear a sports bra? The average breast weighs between 250 and 300g, and any unsupported movement – such as running – causes three-dimensional movement: up-down, in-out, and side
pricey new kit. All you need to call yourself an eco-runner is a rubbish bag (biodegradable, of course). Just take a bag on your runs and pick up all the litter you see along the way. Light bulb moment The average household wastes £30 a year simply
run – we promise.The Trigger Point Grid foam roller costs £40. Buy it now from the Runner's World Store.
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