In less than two weeks, Erica King will complete her 12 Marathons in 12 Months Journey for 2014!
12 Marathons in 12 Months - Celebrating Women's Achievements with Running
Are you our next cover girl?
Last year our front cover competition was a huge success and this year it is back, bigger and better than ever!
Mix It Up
If you’re getting out for a run three or four times a week, you can expect something strange to happen to your running – if it hasn’t already happened. At some point, you’ll find you’re not getting faster or stronger.
Sugar has received a lot of bad press recently. It’s been labelled toxic and addictive – but what does this mean for runners?
Beneath the Surface
Running is good for you on both the inside and the outside. But what’s actually going on in your body as you clock up the kilometres?
Separate fact from fiction! Have any of these running myths stopped you from starting running, or trying something new in your training?
For most of us, finishing a half marathon, or any race, in a personal best time would bring joy, satisfaction and a great sense of achievement. Wouldn't it? That was not quite the case for Hannah Easton. Find out why Hannah was dissapointed with her personal best time and what she has learnt from this experience.
Running in the spotlight…
Running a full marathon had always been something Hayley Morcom planned to do… one day. But now she’s rapidly making that very thing a scary reality – and all in the public eye.
All you need to run is a good pair of shoes! But which shoes? If you’ve decided to take up running, or you’re in need of a new pair, make sure you get the right shoes for the sort of running you’ll be doing.
Spirulina is a 'superfood' considered especially beneficial for runners. But what exactly does it do for you?
Are You an Efficient Runner?
The better your running technique, the easier it will be for you to run faster and achieve the times you’d like. Here’s how to tell if your technique is as efficient as it could be.
Strike a Balance
Running is not just about doing the kilometres. It’s about providing your body with the correct tools to run. To enjoy running, your body needs to have the strength to cope with the distance you are planning to run.
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