chances of injury.Rob Spedding, RW Staff Writer
When you set out as a runner, you’ll find that you have many more questions than answers. Am I too slow? How do I get faster? What can I do to stop it hurting? How long will it take before I get better? And there will definitely be times when you think you’ll never find t...
. Everything became easier when I started running with other people in my office. I was running more regularly, I made progress more quickly because I was training with people who were better than me and it was more fun. Rob SpeddingYears Running 7Fast running
I'd been running at before."For beginners, Maffetone's method helps provide an excellent introduction to running. For experienced runners, used to speedwork and tempo runs, heart-rate base training can be very frustrating. You'll want to run faster
happens. The New Balance 900 is the same, and then some. At a shade over 290g it's light and responsive, but it's very stable and nicely cushioned. Some light, fast runners can wear these every day, for others they're perfect for speedwork, and they
marathons and for long training runs. Even heavier neutral runners will find it good for tempo runs, speedwork and shorter races.Contact 01925 241041; www.asics.co.ukBrooks Burn – £65Weight 283gThe shoe The Brooks Burn feels closer to a traditional trainer
to an average of 83 and a maximum of 111 - the two-for-one sausages offer was pretty exciting. "I'm amazed by your shopping heart rates," says Dunbar. "I'd expect them to be higher, you must enjoy it more than most people."Rob SpeddingAs well as keeping you
that Joe put together for me was bang on,” he says. “On the day of the race everything went perfectly. From the gun to the line I ran 3:13:45. I’m positive that it wouldn’t have gone as well without Joe’s advice.”The Partner - Rob WattsRunner for 11 years
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