with recovery. Much better than staying indoors and feeling miserable for not training. Anything on the chest at all, DON'T RUN! – XL-manAh, glad this came up. Mini Tweety has just given me her cold – my first one in ages. I like the idea of going out for a walk
"I recently found out that I'm pregnant, and have no idea how I should adapt my training. I love running and average 35-40 miles a week. I've trawled the web for advice, but I still feel confused about whether it's safe to continue. I definitely don
that I had dreadful physical and psychological symptoms. Realistically, in the overall healthy-eating picture, your caffeine intake is very small-print; in your situation I'd be saying "Life's too short to feel like this when the cure is in a packet in my
DEHYDRATION Ouch You're parched, your mouth is full of cotton balls, and your heart races. Science Plain and simple: You've lost too much fluid. Cure Drink! Water is best to quench the thirst, but drink what you crave. HITTING THE RED ZONE Ouch Your muscles burn – an...
my mileage and practised running above 14,000 feet, but still I'd limped home after aggravating an old Achilles injury. Today I was ready for a charmed third try. I was fit, healthy and confident of a top-10 finish. Maybe I'd even break three hours
UAN: Article type:--Knowledge is power, in running as in any other pursuit. The more you know about training, nutrition and health, the better youll be at getting the most from your running, whether that means fitness, weight loss, great race
decreases, so your heart has to pump less blood faster to keep you cool, making you heat up more and making your heart beat even faster."The hours of training you put in make your body better at transporting oxygen to your muslces, so you stay below your
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