Andy Dixon, Editor-in-ChiefRunner since: 2007Biggest running achievement in 2011: Achieving a new marathon PB (3:08:33) at Boston in April. I trained hard for four months, gave up booze and organised weekends around long runs, so it was nice when
Click to enlargeWhat are you doing on April 7 next year? Fancy spending the day running across Arctic ice floes in the world's, erm, coolest marathon?The winner of our Rave Run photography competition will win a luxury package to the fifth North
Setting challenging yet attainable goals is key to maintaining a long-term running career. After all, you’re more likely to stay motivated when you have something to work towards and can measure your progress at regular intervals. But picking
into the same patterns year in, year out; running the same races, chipping away at the same PBs and getting frustrated by recurring injuries. That’s why we think 2012 should be the year to break the cycle.We’ve assembled a team of running heavyweights full
or endurance work. Never be afraid of taking a complete break from running to recharge your batteries and re-motivate yourself.
So, you already know that running will boost your heart and lungs. You probably also know that it’s the best way to say goodbye to that lingering Christmas bulge. But if your enthusiasm has been pummeled by dark nights and plateauing performances
good chance that you're thinking "Is that all!" When RUNNER'S WORLD readers were asked, more than three quarters of you reported that running has enhanced your level of sexual activity, and experts agree: "There's no doubt running is good for your sex
Heroes Of Running 2010: The WinnersWHO IS YOUR RUNNING HERO? Is it the coach who introduced you to the sport that's now your passion? Or the friend who's stuck with you through stitches and cramp, rainy days, and heat waves? Or the frontrunner who
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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