them on runs, encourage them, lend them your back issues of RUNNERS WORLD. Do all the things you wish someone had done for you!I resolve to Leave my watch at home for one run a weekWhy? Not every run is a race. Time has its role as an objective means
some of you into thinking it would be a weight on the wrist, but it isn't. This watch is designed to be rugged for a reason and with a list of features that will make any trail and ultra-running enthusiast leap a stile with joy, it’s a clear
of tickets (RRP £20 each) to watch the Kent Spitfires v Scottish Saltires at St Lawrence Ground on May 31.The Pilgrims Hospices Canterbury Half-Marathon attracts more than 1,000 runners each year, offering a tough but picturesque course through the North
It’s no coincidence that sporting events staged near Box Hill, Surrey, come with intimidating titles (think the Knacker Cracker 10K or the Surrey Legs of Steel Challenge). As one of the best-known summits of the North Downs, it poses a gutsy challenge to all who atte...
1 Swap your regular cheese for goat's cheese. It's 40 per cent lower in calories than the stuff made from cow's milk.2 Sprinkle cinnamon on a yoghurt each day to burn fat. The spice is a powerful metabolism raiser; half a teaspoon a day is enough to burn an extra kilo a month....
If you steer clear of interval training on the bike, thinking it's complicated, you're not alone. But you can benefit from interval training that consists of simple efforts requiring nothing more than a watch.In an Australian study of 38 cyclists
1 Swap your regular cheese for goat's cheese. It's 40 per cent lower in calories than the stuff made from cow's milk.2 Sprinkle cinnamon on a yoghurt each day to burn fat. The spice is a powerful metabolism raiser; half a teaspoon a day is enough to burn an extra kilo a month.3 S...
Enter Sister Act - The Nuns Run 2010 and you could run away with more than just your race entry.We're offering 50 runners (who enter the race before April 25) the chance to bag a pair of tickets to watch the West End musical Sister Act.The race
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