Category: Running & Walking

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Running Myths – What’s Fact And What’s Fiction?

We’re in the height of running season, but with every budding Mo Farrah we see a disconcerting pessimist who’ll tell you everything from ‘running is bad for your knees’ to ‘running will cause you to contract the plague and die’…okay maybe not that far but you get the idea. In this article we’ll go through the...

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Post Run Recovery

One of the year’s major marathon events has passed for another year. The London Marathon was held last Sunday (24/04/2016) and this week, every participant will be feeling each and every step of the hellacious 26 miles as they attempt to walk again. Naturally, they will all feel great immediately after their run as they’re still...

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Staying fit: everyman’s everyday routines

A lot of people become extra hungry during the holiday season and eat more than they should. This surely has something to do with the holiday spirit, going home and visiting your family, but overeating is absolutely unnecessary. If you have to do something to get rid of the extra weight you gained and try to...

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Have you heard about barefoot running? Pros and cons about shoeless running

Have you heard about barefoot running? Pros and cons about shoeless running People who run marathon have realised that the number of barefoot runners out there has increased in recent times. It has much merit running a marathon, but it is even better do it without running shoes… One friend of mine told me about the...

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Do you know that different sports need different shoes?

Sometimes we forget about the kind of trainers we should wear when we exercise, and that is a very important matter. Frequently, we are guided for big brands and their own products which are great, but they are not always suitable for the sport we practise, or the type of feet we have. The wrong pair...

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Treadmill vs. running or walking on the road

Imagine yourself running outdoors, that feeling of freedom while you exercise, the gratification of a perfect work out for toning up and losing those extra pounds that will make you be fit and happy. Now imagine the same situation but with this English weather that most of the time is rainy, windy, or rainy and windy...