Inside this issue: March 2017

Clean eating is the (somewhat controversial) topic of the moment. But how do you really get fit and lean the healthy way? What should you be cutting and what should you getting more of? We’ve got the low down on how to fuel those runs and workouts. From sugars to pasta this issue is all about the science behind your diet. We’ve also gathered together our best March motivation to help break through that running dry spell or smash your marathon training.

Sweet Truth

Discover the honest truth behind the new villain on the block; yes you guessed right, it’s sugar. We’ve collated together the science-backed sugar rules that you should be following. Including the ultimate race-day sugar commandments. The key? Moderation and balance.

The Bulletproof Body Plan

One of the biggest obstacles in a runner’s life is injury. Follow elite running physiotherapist Paul Hobrough’s 12 minute per day body plan and remain injury free all year long - #prehab is where it’s at.

The Mojo Reboot

The days are still somewhat cold and dark, which can lead to us feeling lacklustre about whacking on our running gear and hitting the streets. But not to fear, whatever your running style or level, there are plenty of ways to get you motivated again and back to clocking up those miles on your fitness tracker.

Human Race: ‘I feel so bloody proud of myself’

29 year-old Australian ultra runner Turia Pitt’s inspiring story of how she survived a horrific bush fire to then go on to complete an Ironman will give you that inspiration push that little bit further on your morning run.

The true story of the first marathon

Dean Karnazes’s new book ‘The Road To Sparta’ delves deep into the story of the first epic marathon. The ultra-marathon runner charts his history back to where it all began in Athens, Greece.

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