I am relatively new to running and need advice as to how to improve I am a physiotherapist so understand the physical effects of the sport but need help on technique
I'm a 25 year old complete beginner. I am slightly concerned about my ability to be able to run my first half marathon so would welcome any advice.
I want to start running properly and take part in 2007's london marathon as a fund raiser for my local hospice.any advice or tips are much appreciated.cheers
Just starting out running after having done no training for some years, advice would be appreciated, as all I have done so far is cycling and a bit of gym work.
Training for the Great North Run this year, any help and advice will be greatly appreciated.Coming back to serious training after a 10 year lay off
I have been running for approx 2 months.Am happy for any advice on how really enjoy and cover further distance and better my current times.
I am a mature student at Liverpool University and also an advisor with the Citizens Advice Bureau. My running keeps me sain and provideds me with some of the best friends in the world.
recovering from a stress fracture to the ankle. If anyone has any advice, please share it with me.running the london marathon for National Osteoporosis society www.justgiving.com/lac
I would love to make running an everyday part of my life, competeing in races and then the London Marrthon in 2008. So any tips or advice is very welcome!
i am very keen to try and run a half marathon purely as a challenge and am happy to hear from anyone with advice or particularly nice routes around cambridge
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