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Gear

All things running gear - including shoes, watches, jackets, and bags.

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Injury

Injury

How to avoid injury, recover quickly, and return to running.

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Inspiration

Inspiration

Running books, podcasts, routes, and ideas to give you that extra spring in your step.

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Nutrition

Nutrition

How to eat healthily to maximise training benefit and improve your overall fitness.

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Racing

Racing

How to prepare, how to execute, and how to bring it home.

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Training

Training

How to approach your running training to go harder, faster, for longer.

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Latest guides

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How to increase your running mileage without getting injured

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Increasing the number of miles that you run per week is arguably the most reliable way of improving your performance as a runner. But it’s also one of the most common causes of injury in runners. As you increase the amount of strain you put on your body, if you [...]

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Six strength and conditioning moves to up your running game

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It might surprise you to read that one of the best ways to achieve a new PB doesn’t involve running. Strength and conditioning, a form of additional, functional training, will get you stronger and let you run longer as it helps you to fight off injury. You don’t need a [...]

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Six ways to avoid running injuries
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Six ways to avoid running injuries

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Getting injured can be part of who we are as runners, but it shouldn’t come to define our identity. There are ways you can adapt your training and lifestyle to carry on running injury free for longer, meaning you can have less disruption and hopefully better results. Here are our [...]

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How to return from injury like a boss

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Getting injured sucks. Returning from injury is exciting, especially if you’ve had a long lay off from running. Here are our top tips for a comeback that’s safe and will have you running better than ever.