mean several and significant changes to body and mind. “The body goes into storage mode in the winter,” says Traci Brown, a sports trainer who focuses on the mental aspects of sport success. “It is essentially bringing the body back to caveman times
Hope Tour: Day One - Harrogate to LeedsWell that was a baptism of fire. Or perhaps ice would be more appropriate. We seemed to have chosen the coldest bloody day of the year to start our epic journey down the country in aid of HopeHIV. It dipped below zero for some of it and with...
Day two: Leeds to BarnsleyTurns out day two was the first time any of the four of us had done back-to-back marathons so that’s a milestone of sorts reached already. Mind you, I’m writing this at 6am on the morning of day three and everything hurts. As in, EVERYTHING. Judging by t...
from the busy centre, runners can find peace and quiet on the vast network of trails. Here, Janine cruises up the Harder Kulm moutain road on a winter’s day. For more info, visit runnersworld.co.uk/raverun.
-run. Overall it’s a great essential wardrobe piece for cold winter runs outside.
and sign yourself up to one of our top five race picks for the coming season.Capital Runners Richmond Park Easter Sunday 10KWhen: Sunday 31 MarchWhere: Richmond, SurreyWhy: Blow away the winter cobwebs and embrace the Easter treats involved in this fast
Training indoors during the winter months can be tough on motivation at the best of times, so what if you could ride, run or even row to a synced video - or even better - in a local spot that you know?The new Kinomap Trainer app does exactly this
if I have more than two 5K sessions a week. Due to the approach of winter weather I currently do my running on a treadmil. I've found that the shin splints no longer appear but the calf cramps do! Does this situation give you any insight in to what I
I be aiming to take with me (energy and fluid wise) on 12+ mile runs? –Helen Hardy 2A7) Yes, you need long slow runs whatever the distance – even the world’s best 1,500m runners do long slow runs during the winter to build endurance and even half
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