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  • How to improve your running technique

    Running has tonnes of healthy body benefits and is a great way to stay in shape and increase fitness levels. It's also an excellent way to lose weight alongside a healthy diet, but it's important to do it right. Good technique is vital for...
  • Don't be SAD this winter

    Don't let seasonal affective disorder get you down this winter with our seven expert tips. Now that winter is here you may find that you feel lethargic, have a low change in mood with your enthusiasm waning, you could be dealing with the depressive...
    Posted: 2 days ago 1115 views 0 comments
  • How to run in the snow and ice

    The cold weather can turn running from a pleasurable, stress-busting hobby to a war of attrition with the elements. Follow our six steps and master the art of cool running. Once the mercury drops and the ground becomes covered in ice or snow, your...
    Posted: 10 days ago 456 views 1 comments
  • 7 home remedies to outrun the common cold

    Got a tickle in our throat and worried you might be ill? Don't get bunged up and beaten by a runny nose when you'd rather be out training! Protect your body from the common cold and keep on running with our six home remedies. 1. Rest is...
    Posted: 12 days ago 15907 views 0 comments
  • Running with Raynaud's Syndrome

    Ease the affects of the cold weather and don't let freezing fingers stop you running this winter. At least 10 million people in the UK suffer with Raynaud’s. If you're one of them, you’ll be painfully aware of the discoloured fingers...
    Posted: 17 days ago 21601 views 2 comments
  • The 3 steps to running your perfect 10K

    Pushed for time? Follow our simple steps and nail your perfect 10K race on just three training runs a week. Words : Nick Anderson 10K is a distance that needs to be respected. It’s a real mix of speed, strength and endurance, but very achievable...
    Posted: 19 days ago 10689 views 0 comments
  • 5 ways to get your kids active

    Encourage your kids to love fitness so they can join in your favourite hobby and safeguard their future health in the process. Words: Danny Coyle One of the trickiest parenting tightropes to tread is the one between encouraging your kids to love...
    Posted: 21 days ago 5428 views 2 comments
  • 5 beginner running tips if you’re overweight

    Running for complete beginners can be hard enough, but if you're overweight it's understandable for it to be a little more challenging. Follow our tips to help you get going and you'll be crossing the finish line in no time. 1. Get the...
    Posted: 27 days ago 262934 views 13 comments
  • How to avoid an unwanted toilet stop

    There’s nothing worse than that feeling of panic as your stomach issues, or ‘runner’s trots’, threaten to strike. Although it can be awkward to talk about you’re not alone with your concerns and luckily there could be a quick fix just waiting for you...
    Posted: 1 month ago 101406 views 53 comments
  • 5 ways to get your running mojo back

    If you’re inexplicably sick of the running slog or can’t find the motivation to get the miles in, we have five tricks up our sleeve to reignite your love of running. If you've entered too many races, lost your passion for exercise...
    Posted: 1 month ago 231651 views 0 comments