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10 Tips for running your first marathon

Don’t neglect the taper A marathon taper is a funny old thing. You spend the months leading up to the taper looking forward to the rest, imagining lie-ins at the weekend instead of 6am alarms to fit a 20-mile run...

Long-distance runner creates new colourful kit range

It’s a dream come true to be able to turn your passion into a business, but that’s something that long-distance runner Nicky Chrascina has been able to achieve. If you were at the National Running Show in January this year,...

Adam Holland to run JOGLE… and back again!

Running from Land’s End to John O’Groats (or vice versa) is probably the most iconic ultra-distance challenge in the UK. Many runners, walkers and cyclists have attempted the journey; some have even raced it, trying to beat the clock...

Sportswear brand Scimitar unveils new look

Probably best know in the sportswear world for its custom-designed running kit, Scimitar also has a popular retail line of its own. This month, the company unveils its new look, as well as a refreshed company ethos that focuses on...

A basic guide to compression running kit

What's so great about compression running kit? We take a look at what's available in more detail, as well as answer the top questions about compression. What is compression running kit? It’s hard to get away from the word ‘compression’ when...

Running in a heatwave

Admittedly, running in a heatwave is not something we often have to tackle here in the UK (although 2018 did give a few warmer-than-usual months). However, if you're heading to a warmer country, or you live somewhere hotter, it's...

How to combat race day nerves

Whether you're preparing for your first race or your 100th, feeling nervous on race day is quite normal. Some of us are more prone to nerves than others, feeling that familiar flutter of butterflies before a parkrun, or even...

Returning to exercise after a baby

It’s not easy getting back into exercise after having a baby. Mountain runner and adventure racer Moire O’Sullivan (https://moireosullivan.com/) knows this all too well, as she shares in her book Bump, Bike & Baby: Mummy’s Gone Adventure Racing. Moire has kindly...

An interview with Jenny Tough

Jenny Tough lives up to her name. She is an adventurer, writer, speaker and filmmaker with a thirst for a challenge and not afraid to throw herself into epic environments. She has travelled six continents solo, cycled around Europe, paddled...

Stay motivated with your running in winter

With winter drawing in, it can be hard to get yourself out for those runs. The nights get darker sooner and it's cold outside. The temptation to stay on the sofa on a Netflix binge with a hot drink...

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