in the industry'. All rather exciting news for a Friday afternoon here at RW Towers - we're looking forward to revealing more and testing it out over the next few weeks. In the meantime, watch the video for a sneak peek...
of the foot. The Flyknit Lunar1+ comes in five bright new colours too to make sure you look as good as you feel out on the road. Watch the video clip above to find out more and buy now at nikestore.com.
.Read on to find out more about the technology, or watch the highlights video from the launch.
such as the Nike Fuelband aren’t really supposed to compete with GPS running watches, heart rate monitors or cycling computers in terms of accuracy. Instead it can be used for any sport to motivate people to improve their lifestyle and keep active. In traditional
for an easier adaptation.’ For seasoned runners, mixing up a tough workout provides respite from the grind of hitting splits and a chance to tune in to how an effort feels (rather than how it looks on a watch). Whatever your goals, injecting playtime into your
– a 70kg 25-year-old male may have a BMR of roughly 1500-1600 calories a day.” Keeping track of the amount of calories you take in is important. “To maintain weight throughout an off-season you have to watch what you eat,” says Suffredin. “The amount
watch can perk up your training because not only do you want to get your money’s worth, it also makes you feel like you belong to an inner circle of ‘real’ runners. ‘Purchasing high-quality shoes and gear tends to make you feel more self
: it was attacked in 1998 during the campaign chillingly named ‘Operation No Living Thing’, and served as the hub for the rebel Revolutionary United Front during the later years of the civil war. Reports from Human Rights Watch document the rebels’ unimaginably
put a lot of time and effort into it and it’s very disappointing but there’s always another goal and something to motivate you again.Q) What are your goals for 2013?A) The Commonwealth Games next year, but the main focus is the Olympics again in Rio
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