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    Get winter running ready with adidas
    15 Oct 2019
    As winter sets in, conditions change. The temperature drops, days get shorter and terrain throws up new challenges. Motivation can dip, too. adidas Running products ­– including the new Winterized Pulseboost HD – is the go-to kit for cold-weather protection and warmth. And adidas has another trick up its sleeve to keep your winter...
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    How To Love Running In The Dark This Winter
    04 Oct 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    When the dark evenings start drawing in, it’s tempting to go into hibernation mode but with the right kit and preparation, it’s possible to keep running year-round. You might just end up loving it! We asked ASICS Frontrunners Jon Baguley , Jamie Gane and Curtis Broadhead how they’ve learned to embrace those dark evenings. Why run...
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    Ten tips for your last minute race prep
    03 Oct 2019
    So your big race is approaching? You’re probably a mix of excitement and nerves. We asked Asics Frontrunner Becca Burns for her top tips to help that last minute race prep feel a bit less daunting Sleep, nutrition, hydration and rest The hard work has been done in your training. Now it's time to ease up, eat well, stay hydrated and get...
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    Five ways that training indoors will make you a better runner
    23 Sep 2019
    There are many ways to train indoors to complement your running programme. Using the gym can really accelerate the triple challenge of form, fitness and strength on the run. Below are some of the ways you can get the best out of your indoor training. 1. Cross-training To be the most efficient runner you don’t necessarily need to be running...
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    Eight reasons to try an adidas City Run
    20 Sep 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Now in its third year, adidas City Runs is an innovative series of closed road running events that take in iconic locations around London. We had a chat with Wiggle runner Kyle Cuthbertson, who ran the Shoreditch 10K this summer, and asked what makes the City Runs a must-do. It's all about location Shoreditch is famous for its diversity and...
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    8 top tips to make your first half marathon a success
    17 Sep 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Are you counting down to your first half marathon? Here’s how to make sure the day is one to remember. Plan your fueling strategy Use the days leading up to your event to lay the groundwork. Make sure you eat enough carbs and stay well hydrated. Runner’s World has some great guidance on this. When race day comes around, eat a...
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    Five strength training tips for runners
    17 Sep 2019 / Damien Whinnery
    When it comes to strength training, most runners are interested in exactly how little gym time they can get away with in order to see maximum results. The good news is that two forty-five minute sessions per week will work very nicely for most and not take too much away from time on the roads, track or trails. Here, with his top five tips for...
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    The power of having a training partner
    16 Sep 2019
    If you're gearing up to a big running event like a marathon, half marathon or 10K, finding a training partner can keep you both on the straight and narrow and make training more fun. Asics Frontrunner Curtis Broadhead explains more. Sure, every now and again you can just head out on your planned training session and be satisfied that by the...
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    9 effective ways to improve your running technique
    15 Aug 2019
    We all know that running has a high impact on the body, but did you know that you can mitigate that impact with correct technique? We asked HOKA ONE ONE for their top tips. We get taught to swim at a young age, but rarely do we have running lessons. Sound technique, however, can be just as important in running as it is in swimming, if not more so...
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    5 ways to conquer your first half marathon
    13 Aug 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Ready to take on your first half marathon? The challenge of 13.1 miles (or 21.1km if you’re looking for an even more impressive number) is something that very few people will ever complete. The half-marathon distance is a significant step up from 10km, but it’s achievable even for those of us who need to fit training in with a busy...

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