with you, and don't push it too hard.– Mike Saunders(Note from Jane: asthma is no bar to running, if Paula Radcliffe is anything to go by! Click here to find out what she told us about controlling her asthma back in September)Encourage him, but don't overdo
"I recently found out that I'm pregnant, and have no idea how I should adapt my training. I love running and average 35-40 miles a week. I've trawled the web for advice, but I still feel confused about whether it's safe to continue. I definitely don’t want to give up!"– Tracy Ald...
This week's questioner had a baby in January. But, unlike her fellow new mum Paula Radcliffe, she doesn't have a coach as a hubby. How should she get back into running?"I used to run most mornings (approx 3 miles) and loved it. I gave up a year ago as I was pregnant. Have since h...
's what forces companies to change. – gsmQ3: Shoes for boys, shoes for girls?"Is there any real difference between the men's and women's editions of running shoes?"Your best answersYes there are differences. I used to think that because I had big feet
variations etc. There is also some calorie counting feature, but I've never bothered with it. – Man In BlackI don't see the need for all these hi-tech solutions. Since men take about 10 seconds to run 100m and women take about 11 seconds, then all you have
companies to provide shower facilities. Check out this site: Petitions.gov.uk. The company I work for provides showers for men, but not for women! – Lil Ms SquirrelKeep a few spare clothes at workMy desk has trainers underneath, trousers in drawers
it feel as if your muscles are stiff. I think women suffer from this problem more than men because we tend to have more fat, which might explain why lots of men can still run in skimpy shorts in winter while we're all lagged up in our leggings. I
. (Stickless)I chose to join the running club with the most good-looking women in the team pictures on their website. Fickle? Yes. Shallow? Yes. But great for motivation! (Coops10)Enter a race that's in six to eight weeks' time, and a teensy bit further than
recommended by RW members. Good luck with your army career, hope it goes well. – Dale the SnailYou'll love this suggestion, but it works: join Weight Watchers. The thought of standing in the queue to be weighed with all the others (mostly women) is a really
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