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
140, but I think if you're an accomplished runner you can do more. – Mitchie MooI'm now 29 weeks pregnant. I've continued to cycle to work every day, and I will be taking part in a 20-mile sponsored walk in Snowdonia in just under two weeks' time. My
when we stop? When I gave up my 1-2 daily espressos I felt so bad I took to my bed for 48 hours. On the third day I had only a slight headache; on the fourth day I felt great, and did a run so enjoyable I still remember it. I occasionally succumb for a
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
temperature above 101°F could increase the risk of birth defects. So make sure youre staying cool enough, and if in doubt, take your temperature after a run. If its over 100°F, youre probably overdoing it. Also, skip that post-run soak in a hot bath.6. You
and maintain a reasonable pace, you still only have about 2,000 calories worth of glycogen stored in your muscles – enough to get most runners to about mile 18 or 20," he says. "As glycogen reserves are used up and fatty acid metabolism increases, your heart
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