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Marathon training - The balanced taper
Oestopath Gavin Burt guides you through the taper; a crucial part of all running training

P-R-P
We tested out P-R-P to see what it can do to build a happier, stronger injury proof running body.

Injury: Runner's lower back pain
Osteopath Gavin Burt breaks down why back pain is a running injury that needs treatment...
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Run Your Belly Off - Preview
Get a sneak preview into our brand new bookazine on how anyone can lose weight by running.

Injury: Patellofemoral pain syndrome (runner's knee)
Gavin Burt breaks down this common and terribly painful injury.
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The long and short of running wisdom
All runners can learn from the experience of ultra marathoners, regardless of distance, says Greg Crowther.

Is sitting the new smoking?
There’s no running away from it: the more you sit, the poorer your health… no matter how much you run, or how fit you are.
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Get back on it
How do you resume training after a layoff? Here’s how to come back sensibly, no matter what the setback.

Run to the hills
Why running up and down hills will help you become a stronger, better and faster runner.
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Resistance training with Scott Mitchell
The what, why, how of resistance training for runners.

6 kettlebell exercises to help you run stronger
Runners need more than just strong legs. These kettlebell exercises provide an all-over workout and improve cardiovascular fitness.

9 yoga stretches to release post-run tension
This powerful yoga routine will help you run better, stand taller and breathe easier.

6 soothing yoga pillow poses
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

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