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Yoga - Pillow talk
How gentle yoga – using pillows – can restore weary muscles

Burn fat fast
Whether you want to slim down or supercharge your endurance, every runner will benefit from learning how to burn body fat more efficiently.
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The all-over body workout
Improve your running form and avoid injury with this fast, intensive head-to-toe workout. Sarah Lorge Butler tried it and knocked almost a minute off her 5k time
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Preview: Body of evidence
Examining precisely where you carry your unwanted pounds on the outside could reveal much about your body’s inner workings, and hold the key to getting lean and boosting performance. Kerry McCarthy delves into the world of BioSignature.

Body of evidence
Examining precisely where you carry your unwanted pounds on the outside could reveal much about your body’s inner workings, and hold the key to getting lean and boosting performance. Kerry McCarthy delves into the world of BioSignature.

Make mine a double
Running twice a day sounds like a recipe for fatigue and injury. But it can actually aid recovery and boost performance gains, says Steve Magness
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Nail order
Don't fail your toenails; these ailments can be remedied, but prevention is better

Up and running schedule
Here’s how to get back on the road after the ultimate endurance event – childbirth

Big Change: Running & pregnancy
You don’t have to stop running when you become pregnant, but you do need to take things easier.

Refresher course: Hydration strategies
A guide to how much – and what – to drink during your marathon training runs

The 9-5 workout
Still stuck at the office? Don't panic. Get faster and stronger by squeezing a conditioning workout into your daily grind.
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Four Key Medical Checks
Health checks you need to ace - because running does not grant you full immunity, says Kristin Pladson.
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Runner's World Promotion: Put Your Best Feet Forward
Take healthy steps to keep your feet in great shape for the campaign ahead
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Running: Heart Healthy or a Heart Risk?
Was Claire Squires's tragic death at the London Marathon in 2012 proof that running is bad for you? Of course not, and here's why
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Save Your Skin
Running can be rough on your outer layer, from blisters to sunburn. Here's our skin-saving plan

Runner's World Promotion: Beat The Heat

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Runner's World Promotion: Relieve your foot faults

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Sleep Well, Run Better
Tweak your bedtime habits to sleep like a baby – and wake up raring to go again
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Beat Your Health Fears
Knock down your injury fears and keep running whatever the terrain or temperature
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The Urban Runner's Survival Guide
Everything you need to know to minimise the hazards and maximise the benefits of your city run - and join our petition!

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