This week’s questioner needs your advice on kitting himself out on a rainy day – that way, he’ll have no excuse to forego a training run on account of the weather. How do you tog yourself out if the clouds are looming?"I'm not keen on running in the rain. If it’s raining before I...
Growing older doesn’t necessarily mean running slower, but when you combine a few more candles on the birthday cake with an enforced break from training, it’s only natural that re-donning your trainers might leave you apprehensive as to what to expect. Can you help this week’s qu...
Winning gold at the British Masters Athletics Championships 2006Most of us can only dream of becoming a world-class athlete. For regular forumite Ceal (aka Cecilia Morrison) though, life as one of the global elite is a day-to-day reality.Her performance at last year’s British Mas...
, it's something I think I ought to work out how to do! Any words of wisdom?" – HelenlizYour best answersTaking on waterSlow right downIf I need to take some water and it’s in cups, I walk through the aid station and drink calmly. I've learned it
and nicotine-free for good?"I've just put out my last ciggie and am now a non-smoker. I know it's the best thing I'll ever do, but it will also be the hardest, so any words of wisdom much appreciated. I've tried patches in the past, but they're not for me
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