The Fear: Getting InjuredThe Fix: Train Smarter What is a runner's number one fear? No, it's not being pursued by the giant octopus on the previous pages, but injury, according to two-thirds of RW poll respondents. Start winning your battle
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.
After several months off from running through injury and then fear of injury, green light given by physio this morning to start training for my next 10k. note to self, must complete training programme!
United do the treble again.Ant & Dec get their contracts renewed by ITV I get to shag Kylie I run without injury and improveI run with injury and remain rubbish That I get given the new Keane CD...(that's fear, not hope btw) Hopes:Bath Rugby go top
this and can put my all into training and enjoying my running. I run by myself most of the time. I would like to build up my fitness and distance but cant do this to quickly as fear of an injury after my bad hip.
to start from scratch. i fear its too much to take on and risk doing myself further injury if i push on as im still not fully over it. i can think of 100 reasons not to run it and only 1 reason to run it - beacuse its london. what would you do - run
but this year I've been off more than on due to a variety of injuries. I've kind of accepted I shouldn't run but I'm flying over anyway and I fear on race day I'll get caught up in the atmos and what to run! What to do?!
degree of cushioning in the Inspires and I fear that these have affected my running style and caused injury.Has anyone any idea whether the Wave Mercury shoe is still available as I have sworn by them for years and, if not, if there is a suitable
as much as I can and enjoy the day and hopefully do sub 4 or thereabouts. Nerves are natural but don't fear the day so much it ruins it, or start to doubt your own abilities. Slowing down may be just down to tired legs after all the hard, long runs. I
Help and advice please on a swollen, stiff and crunchy knee. I laid off the running for a few weeks during the summer hols but played a little football. Now these symptoms have developed. I've allready had a cartlidge op on the other knee and fear
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