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Training

Running With a Cold Is OK — Sometimes

A commonly discussed question among runners is whether running with a cold is smart. Or is it just foolish?

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Shoes and Gear

Shoe Review: New Balance 1080 v10

New Balance has been making waves with the 10th iteration of their top-end daily trainer. With plenty of changes compared to its predecessors, how does the New Balance 1080 v10 stack up?

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Race Reports

Berlin Marathon 2019: When Nothing Goes as Planned

I started thinking about the Berlin Marathon after finishing my first half marathon back in 2017. By all accounts, Berlin struck me as the fastest and the greatest marathon in the world, and I threw it up near the top of my bucket list.

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Entertainment

Best Running Podcasts of 2019

Podcasts are the perfect way to stay entertained on your long runs, and these are the best running podcasts of 2019.

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Science

New Study Suggests a Better Way to Taper for Your Goal Races

Although the taper has been a hotly contested topic for decades, a consensus of a sort has emerged. Is there a better way to taper?

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Training

Tough or Smart? Balancing Running Training and Rest

Push through or take an unplanned rest day? Ask any dedicated runner, and they will tell you about the difficulty of answering this question.

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Training

Recovery Run: The Forgotten Running Intensity

Learn why controlling the intensity of your recovery runs is essential for all runners who train at a certain level.

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Training

An Introduction to Running Training Intensity

Find out all about why you need to run slower to become faster. And learn how to monitor and categorise the intensity of your runs.

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Entertainment

Today We Die a Little! by Richard Askwith

Anyone vying to call themselves a fan of running must know of Emil Zátopek. But ask a few running fans about Zátopek, and you’re likely to get an eclectic mix of answers in return.

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Training

Becoming a Morning Runner: A Practical Guide

Despite the challenges posed by my natural circadian rhythm, I now embrace the morning runner-label. And, if I can do it, so can you.