What are your running fears? Injury? Hitting the wall? When the anxiety monster rears its ugly head, here's how to beat it - or even make it work for you.Beat your racing fears.Beat your training fears. Beat your health fears.
The chances are, when you started running, your goal was simple - run more, walk less. Inevitably, as you progress, you expect more from yourself. But some runners avoid stepping up the intensity, citing a range of anxieties. Here's how to free
I just Googled 'irrational fear of death' since after watching The Notebook last night, I spent the best part of 45 minutes in tears thinking what's the point to all this, everyone around me is eventually going to die. I often have thoughts like
Hi AllLong time no post.I have had a really worrying time about my running lately because I am living in fear of unpredictable attacks by strangers. This stems from the runner stabbed to death in Hackney; a bloke in Berkshire who was attacked by a
I live in Zimbabwe and am aged 55. Eight months ago I had had enough of looking in the mirror thinking 'damm I'm getting fat, old and decidely middle aged' so decided to do something about it.I started running and now am up to 4 to 5kms a day
to go running. I knew I wouldn't have the nice countryside to run in like back home, however there is just literally no where to run. I use map my run to plan my runs - yesterday I decided to do a 5 mile figure of 8 around some of the main roads
Challenge (52.4mile) ultrarace on 15Jul07 in 9hr47m :-)And remember - Run without Fear!
in distance running" Bill Dellinger, running coach and triple OlympianThe Fear: Not Losing WeightThe Fix: Check Your Diet DiaryRunning does burn calories. Lots of them, in fact. It also increases your metabolic rate for 14 hours after you stop, according
I resent every step of every run until it is over. Then I like it.
Running is such a low-maintenance sport. Usually all you need is some ground to cover – and enough time to cover it – and you’re sorted. But at this time of year, things aren’t that simple. We’re all busy, thanks to the approaching Christmas
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