Marathon Miles

female and male runners in a marathon

JogOn offers some timely advice on running 26.2miles Run 10 miles in the morning and 10 in the afternoon, only run up to 9 miles, run three times a week, run six times a week, eat porridge/beetroot/peanut butter oh and definitely do – or perhaps don’t – carbo load and …

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Blazing a Trail

The mention of trail running to the uninitiated can sometimes conjure up images of mud, sweat and tears. And whilst, to some degree, all three may prove true, the benefits of heading off-road far outweigh these minor hurdles. Here, Run the Wild lead runner, Mark Hadaway (you may remember his …

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Head First

How Jogging On is good for your head as well as your legs As we’re always saying, “Running is nothing more than a series of arguments between the part of your brain that wants to stop and the part that wants to keep going”. Sometimes it’s much more complicated than that …

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Magnificent Seven

The different types of running we should all include in our training. Snow White, David Beckham and running all have one very important thing in common…the number 7. For the fairy tale princess, it was her trusty dwarfs, for the England football captain it was his lucky shirt and for …

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Recovery After a Race

finishing a race

CONGRATULATIONS – you did it!  After all those months of training the day finally came and you completed that race you’ve been aiming for. So now what….(besides texting all your friends whilst simultaneously eating chocolate and drinking your favourite hydrating tipple !)? Often the focus is purely on the race itself, …

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