Thursday, October 17, 2019

Marathon Training Guide

Just starting, or in full swing...either way,
our marathon series is sure to guide you to the finish line.

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The Afterburn Effect: Burn Calories Doing Nothing-ish

If I were to say you could burn calories doing nothing more than sitting on the sofa, you would probably call me...

How many miles should I run a week? 7 tips to determine how many miles you should run

So you’ve decided on running a 5k, 10k, half marathon or marathon. The most common question when starting this is “how many...

Why do I get holes in my running shoes?

Part 6 of our latest advice series “runner’s questions” which aims to answer all of the most popular questions that runners have.

Superfeet Flex Review

We review the latest addition to the impressive Superfeet range; the flex series.

Why you should get your running trainers fitted

Wearing the correct type of sports shoe is very important to maximising your sporting performance, improving comfort, prolonging the lifespan of your...

Reviews

Mizuno Inspire 15 Running Shoes Review

Arguably Mizuno’s most famous running shoe and certainly our most popular. The Wave Inspire 15 is a legendary stability shoe that has a...

Common Questions

Why do I get holes in my running shoes?

Part 6 of our latest advice series “runner’s questions” which aims to answer all of the most popular questions that runners have.

How many miles should I run a week? 7 tips to determine how many miles you should run

So you’ve decided on running a 5k, 10k, half marathon or marathon. The most common question when starting this is “how many...

What’s the best warm up for running?

Part 17 of our latest advice series “runner’s questions” which aims to answer all of the most popular questions that runners have.

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