’ll run alone in the streets of your hometown, or with 20,000 others at a major marathon. One step at a time we’ll discover each other – and ourselves.Waddle on, friends.
at himself and puts himself out there in The Penguin Chronicles, his avidly-read monthly column in RUNNERS WORLD. Bingham has also written two books (his latest No Need For Speed: A Beginners Guide To The Joy Of Running will be published in the UK
efficiency, comfort and dragHHalf-Ironman1.9K swim; 90K cycle; 21K run. See also, Ironman.HybridA bike somewhere between a mountain bike and a road bike. Good for all-round use.IIMIronman distance (2.4-mile/3.8K swim, 112-mile/180K bike, 26.2-mile/42.2K run
. If everyone else increased their mileage by 10 per cent per week, then Id increase mine by 20 per cent. Eventually, I learned that improvement comes when you learn to balance effort and recovery. Now I know that I need to mix lots of easy-run days around my
responds to endless questions and really inspires us to carry on when we feel like giving up.”Phil Wilson, 36, from Nottingham — sheet metal workerWhile the running has been going well for Wilson – he is doing 12-15 miles a week – kicking his smoking habit
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