Warm upOur five runners take to the streets of a very snowy Birmingham University to warm up ahead of their training session, designed by our coaches as a progress check.
to 30 minutes.Do press-ups and planks at home to build core strength. (If diastasis recti – separation of the rectis abdominal muscle – exists, do not do ab-strengthening exercises; speak to a doctor trained in treating this condition.) 5-6Progress
your questions on fuelling a marathon.Plus, don’t miss all the videos from the project charting our runners’ progress, from Bootcamp and Store Day at the start of their journey, to Training Day 1, Training Day 2 and the big day itself – Race Day
if engaged in on one’s own or with others. The NHS has got behind exercise with events such as ‘Brain Train’ within it’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) initiative. There is a growing body of research (mainly done in the USA) supporting
to Reading Half Marathon I started getting pain around the ball of my foot. This has continued since the race and I'm now training for another next month and am worried about aggravating it more with the added speed work.The pain occurs around the ball
of mine. I was big on football and played a lot of it, and often in training running was part of fitness-building. Running is something I’ve done more as a leisure activity than getting into it more seriously and doing something like a marathon, although I
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