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Plus how to prepare the week before and ways to recover faster.
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Eliud Kipchoge missed out on becoming the first athlete to run under two hours for the marathon by 25 seconds. The Kenyan, 32, clocked 2:00.24 but due to the use of in-out pacemakers, the time will no...
But it was an interesting experiment.
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Breeeep! Breeeep! Breeeep!
This year's London Marathon is fast approaching (23 April) and participants are psyching up for 26.2 miles of blood, sweat, tears and cheers. More than 50,000 runners are expected to take part in this...
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The catch? You've got to be able to do all 10.
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Sometimes we can get so hung up on nailing our fitness goals, we don't give our bodies enough time to recharge and recover. High intensity workouts and getting PBs in your weights classes are all w...
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It's all about the force. 👊
The Question: I've always heard that running is bad for your knees. Is this really true? Both runners and non-runners alike have heard that the high impact of running ― the repetitive pounding which o...
No more injuries (or ugly feet).
You're literally creating new brain cells with every step.
Forty-three percent of women experience harassment while on a run, compared with just four percent of men.