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Uttoxeter Half 2014

Tackling 26.2 miles – and a terrible condition…

Tackling 26.2 miles – and a terrible condition… Continue reading

importance of rest when training for mararthon

The importance of being idle

Rest is almost a dirty word for some runners, but here we reveal how it is a crucial element of your training regime Continue reading

top five running injuries and how to beat them

The top five running injuries – and how to beat them

If you’re a keen runner there’s every chance you’ve had a frustrating lay off due to injury at some point. Here are five common injuries and what you can do to avoid them Continue reading

how to beat the winter running blues and keep running

Beat the winter blues and keep running

The clocks have gone back and the dark nights are with us again all too soon, confining most of us to the roads during the week with country paths having to wait until the weekend. Continue reading

advice on training and running your first marathon

Tackling Your First Marathon

Completing 26.2 miles is a daunting task. Particularly when you consider that at its inception – when a Greek messenger names Phidippides ran from a place called Marathon to Athens in 490BC – the guy dropped dead. Continue reading