some weight) but I have a medical infringment.I have to take medication which as a byproduct reduces my heartrate considerably.Even after very hard sprinting I can only obtain around 120-130bpm.Can anybody offer any advice please as to what I need to do
Well, here goes: I've been running for about a year now and have only ever entered into a 5k which was more of a fun run, however this year I decided that it was about time to enter something proper, so I've signed up for the Great South Run (10 miles).......I've downloaded some ...
Hi guysI use Mizuno Wave Mushas and Sauchony Fasttwich's which do me well up to marathon distance. I'm running my second ultra in a couple of weeks and I'm getting worried about these shoes as I get bof pain when I get close to marathon distance.I'm looking to buy a cheap-ish pai...
with there experts. The problem with using sources such as Terra Plana, Virtbram and Newton is that you will not get impartial information as their business model depends upon people trying shoes that promote a more natural way of running.Im a big fan of newtons
too much noise.I've Googled for antivibration pads, but non of them (the ones I can find) do what I want them to do.Any ideas folks ? I really would appreciate any advice at all.Thanks.Motherhood I think you may struggle with that one. You can get
more than eating sensibly with a carb rich diet close to the race. I won't be drinking alcohol and am happy to give myself the best chance I require.Thanks for the advice. I fully expect to have my leg falling off towards the end, just the later
/25 miles... It probably wouldn't hurt to do a 3:15 run 5 weeks before.You can do it... you just need to get it better next time.. and get pen 1 as well :-) I haven't any expert advice but I'd like to offer some encouragement since it sounds like you have
I thought of boinging my previous thread on this topic but decided against it. By way of a short recap, Little Mint is almost 11 now and has been seeing various experts. The occupational therapist and physiotherapists have agreed that he has
Free appointments with Fiona Ford of Triathlon Europe are available this Sunday morning the 26th February at Physio4Life in Putney. Fiona will happily share her wealth of experience and give expert tips and advice.Fiona is also presenting a free
Hi all,Back again! I started running about this time last year, sweating and heaving my overweight carcass around the local common like Ivor the Engine, until I'd built up to 28 minutes continuous running. Was feeling pretty pleased with myself at the start of last summer...unt...
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