Sometimes, running is the simplest of activities. One foot follows the other, taking you from point A to point B by the shortest, most straightforward route. But other times, it can be fraught with discomforts ranging from the mildly annoying to the downright dangerous. Here’s ou...
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If you’re like most women runners, you face a daily survival test that includes juggling a complex mix of domestic, business and social responsibilities. You yearn for the time to slip out of the door, lengthen your stride, feel the wind in your
Tobias Mews was the fastest British competitor at the 2011 Marathon des Sables. After serving in the Army for six years, he needed a new challenge and decided to become an ultra endurance athlete. He races most weekends and has completed numerous sub-3:00 marathons, long-distance...
Painful, paralysing and PB-unfriendly, cramps can strike at any time. "There's no one definitive cause," saysDr Steve Ingham, head of physiology at the English Institute of Sport (eis2win.co.uk). Research in the Muscle & Nerve Journal shows that genetics might be one factor, ye...
Four years ago, Dutch duathlete Huub Mass was competing at world level in shorter events, but suffering diarrhoea and vomiting when attempting longer races. He approached sport and exercise nutritionist Asker Jeukendrup. "He was co...
Happy HourSurvive it: Alcohol stimulates the appetite, so pre-empt that hunger with a protein-rich snack. Don’t linger at the bar if unhealthy foods are within reach. Order low-calorie drinks, such as a small glass of wine or a light beer
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