Category Archives: health

Runners – Know Your Health Professionals!

What is the freaking difference between an Osteopath and a Chiropractor????  This little guide is for the runner seeking expert advise. Its always good if you can identify a quack by sight.   Chiropractor What they do/DONT do A chiropractor focuses … Continue reading

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Runners & Resistance Training – What Muscles Should You Be Working?

If you’re a female runner then like me trying to squeeze your calves into a pair of extra skinny jeans is a bit of a mission. It’s pretty much my upper body work out…….. But whether you’ve been running for … Continue reading

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Running Legends – Be Inspired

Whether you are a newbie or have been at this a while I think it’s good to take stock of some of the epic runners out there.  Other sports ram their heroes down our throats. Footballers (this statement applies to … Continue reading

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Sports Psychology and The Running Streak – Are We Addicted?

I appreciate that most of you have stumbled onto this blog by a freak accident of Google, but if you have managed to read more than one post you might be aware that I’ve been streaking….no not that kind, the … Continue reading

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Advice For The Runner On A Diet

Many newbie runners first put on their trainers with one primary goal. Dieting and Weight loss. This post is designed to give you guys a helping hand. We all know why it’s so attractive as a weight loss measure. The … Continue reading

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The Runner’s Guide To Surviving Christmas

 So it’s Christmas and the LAST thing most of us think about is moderation and our waist line. The average weight gain over the holiday period is a hefty 7 pounds. This can take the best of us a few … Continue reading

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The Newbie Runner’s Guide To Stretching

Stretching is one of those things we all know we should do right? P.E teachers across the land drilled into us from an early age that we should at least give it a half arsed attempt before and after exercise. … Continue reading

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