is still around 90%. I find my running to be comfortable and am now able to run around 10 miles in about 85 mins.Is this something that should alter with increasing fitness or should I see a doc?Any advice greatly appreciated. I'm no expert, but I dont
and Become" but "Sweatshop" is very good too. At those shops you will receive advice from experts, (and usually runners), and you will be able to try on a variety of shoes and probably job in them too. Take the advice of the experts.I like New Balance. I
to do is go to a specialised running shop, where they can give you expert advice depending on what type of feet you have.There is some advice here where you can ‘self diagnose’ but a running shop is better.
to this, especially as I am a reasonable swimmer so would love to demonstrate that with my swim times. As most of the time you get in the water and don't get chance to do any swimming to get warmed-up, do you have any advice on good warm-ups to do before
descends into utter disgusting posts of sex and nude bodies...........has had 772 hits and 28491 views got to laugh that us runners are more interested in D2D latest throwaway remark and the following rubbish than we are in the "experts" advice Simple
Sunday and a 30k a few weeks before (the race was XC and never run that far before but under 3 hours) I would really value your expert advice.Thanks
recently after running I am getting terrible stomach pains for about 1-2 hours. i dont need the toilet with it, what could it be? I run about 6/7 o clock for 50 minutes usually. advice anyone? thanks I'm no expert but have you tried eating something
I need to buy some new running shoes! I have used both Jog Shop (Brighton) & Run (Hove)both have a good selection of Shoes and expert advise. Tried them both, and on my experiences, I would recommend Run - much better service and advice. Just don
) but would losing fat make running more comfortable and improve my times?Advice appreciated. cdc - have you just started running again? If this is the case, it may wear off when your running fitness improves.I'm not an expert, someone who is will most likely
, less is more!My only advice, and I'm no expert, is short but face paced runs...quicker than race pace...on the basis that race pace on the day feels a little bit slow...that's the theory anyway.. Good Luck!!
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