I have run the London Marathon back in '99 (3h 55m). I started back in January of this year with a goal of trying to compleat the 2007 London Marathon in under 3h 30m. if anyone has any tips on nutrition, I would be very greatful.
hi i'm charlie, I dont actually run,apart from in the gym, i'm more into road cycling/martial arts but feel i can learn alot from this site in improving almost every aspect about my endurance training and nutrition
Hi Guys, Just wondered if anyone can recommend a good book to read on the subject of running. I would say i am at an intermmidate level and would like to know more about the mechanics of running, physiological changes during training and nutrition
When is the proper time to eat before a run. Have you any advice on high energy good nutritional meals that wont lie in your gut whilst your running. Also what should we be eating after a run to help replenish what we have taken out of ourselves. I
opinion however - but I have a habit of reading diet books varaciously and that book seemed like the answer to my prayers in terms of 'if I run this much why am i not skinny'. Alas it was not to be. I found Nutrition For Serious Athletes by dan Bernadot
Physio4Life are offering free Physiotherapy assessments this Sunday 9th October at their Run and Cycle Open Day in Putney, London.Free of charge also are Sports Nutrition consultations with a world class nutritionist and assistance with Run
I run for my daughter's charity she was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma in 2003. Running helps me physically and psychologically. I suffer with itb syndrome on and off and try to stretch as much as possible but I am a bit rubbish with that, also I need
I am a student at the University of Surrey, studying Nutrition and Dietetics. I love running and have done since I was about 15. I run 5 or 6 times a week and spend ages thinking up new routes and places to go. I am also a skier, I worked
The Great North Run or a high profile marathon. I am nervous about injury as I am prone to over doing it, and would appreciate any training or nutritional tips.
I have tried to start running in the past but tend to get disillusioned. I need to get advice on things like beginners plans and nutrition etc. I play quite a lot of squash and i am hoping that the running will also improve my level of fitness
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