Recovery, mental as well as physical, is an important and often overlooked part of running.
Electrolytes help us to train and perform well in sports so we need to keep them in balance.
Training can be difficult, but gaining an injury and not being able to run at all is worse.
A little apprehensive about trying it? Here are some tips to stay motivated and injury-free.
Whether you are a recreational runner just getting out there and enjoying yourself.
Some readers will no doubt dread the thought of cross country, but read on.
Often the importance of maintaining strong glutes is overlooked, particularly with runners.
Chi Running instructor Balavan Thomas has some useful tips for this common problem.
After a prolonged running break, make sure you start and continue, happily and healthily.
There are two main windows to be aware of for re-fuelling after a run.
What we eat in the few hours before a run can be a crucial factor in how good we feel.
We’ve probably all been there: running so well, and then out of nowhere, a STITCH.