RUNNING

For many, Running is a meditative act. It brings clarity to your mind and vitality to your body. It could be interesting to try running for a while to decide whether it's for you or not.

TRACK OR TRAILS?

If you've made up your mind to Run this season then pick your path whether it's the trails or the track and start! Running will benefit you in more ways than one. Learn more from the guides below. Get inspired, burn calories, get fitter and faster.

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It's the first thing that you learn when you come into the world, i.e. how to breathe. Although it is an independent reflex action when at rest, breathing can be controlled to reduce it when relaxing, however, physical exercise will always speed it up. So how should you breathe while running: follow the guide!
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Sun, wind, cold, insects etc. During cycling rides or runs, your eyes are even more vulnerable. Find out how to best protect your eyes with appropriate Cycling and Running Sunglasses. Discover our advice to help you choose.
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There are several types of running socks. To choose between road running socks, trail running socks, low socks or even compression sleeves can be complicated. Check out our advice to help you choose.
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Running is an endurance sport that is natural and suited for individuals of every level. Each runner can run at his or her own pace. However, to make progress as a runner, your body needs to become accustomed to longer, more sustained periods of exercise. Interval training is an effective method for getting your body used to a variety of paces. Read on for more information.
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Your body is at least 60% water; that's why staying well hydrated is so important for your health. When practising an intense sports activity such as running, and/or for a long time, the daily consumption of our water reserves is naturally increased. So how can you avoid dehydration?
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Novice runners often find it hard to run for longer periods. To the point where they sometimes get discouraged. Some tips can, however, help to improve one's endurance capabilities and enhance the pleasure of running at the same time.
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There is an increasing number of runners covering the marathon distance after the age of 70 in times that would put much younger people to shame. How does the ageing process affect performance? What is the age limit for running without risk? Here's our answer.
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Aside from any differences in ability, runners should seek to enjoy themselves when they practice their sport. What's more, exploring every avenue for avoiding the monotony of running will not have a detrimental effect on the objective of making progress. Some tips will help you in this area…
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Although the frequency and variety of your training sessions are key factors in your running progress, other factors should also be taken into consideration for the more exacting runner. In order to attain an ambitious target, let's now take a look at the role played by your body weight.
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Regular, even uncompromising, running sessions are definitely the best way to progress. But muscle-building and/or muscle strengthening exercises have an important role in an overall strategy for improving your running performance.
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These core muscle exercises strengthen muscles and increase back and abdominal muscle tone, necessary while running. Plank exercises can be really helpful for a stronger running core.
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Runners of all levels often suffer serious dips in motivation. Here are five tried and proven tips to keep it from happening to you!
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An essential part of a balanced training session, the warm-up should be extremely thorough. Do not start with your training straight away without a complete warmup session.
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Stiffness is unavoidable in running. But it isn't serious and if you know how to listen to your body, you will be able to limit it while benefiting at the same time. In short, stiffness is a blessing in disguise!
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Health is important throughout one’s entire life but focusing on physical health through activity in the younger years is crucial. Running is an everyday and routine type of exercise that comes with many benefits.
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Running, a sporting activity which anyone can do, is good for your health and daily wellbeing (preventative and therapeutic benefits). However, consult your doctor before taking up any regular activity.
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Your time is limited and you are concerned that 30 minutes is too short for a proper training session?Think again! It is entirely possible to vary one's training during short sessions.Here are a few ideas for taking advantage of 30 minutes of free time.
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Long live late vocations ! Discovering running at 40 years old often means radically overturning certain (bad) habits.
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It's one of the most demanding running training techniques. It's also the best way to develop your cardiovascular performance by requiring considerable additional muscular effort. But make sure you get the basics right first…
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Advice to novice runners: running on a regular basis must be organised methodically. If you're just starting out, it's advisable to start with a proper plan. So here's a plan to help organise yourself.
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Philippe Propage sheds some light on this type of training and suggests the right percentages for attaining your racing objectives.
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When you first begin your running sessions, do you often wonder what is the best time to run? Although most of us make choices based on convenience or liking towards a particular time. This guide will help you understand the advantages and disadvantages of the different timings.
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Summer holidays are an ideal time for your family to relax, have fun and run together. Running is an excellent sport for sharing, learning and having fun. Parents and children alike can turn to running as a way to discover nature in a new light and have a great time together.
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Although the frequency and variety of your training sessions are key factors in your running progress, other factors should also be taken into consideration for the more exacting runner.
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Aside from any differences in ability, runners should seek to enjoy themselves when they practice their sport. What's more, exploring every avenue for avoiding the monotony of running will not have a detrimental effect on the objective of making progress.
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In order to start running or to supplement your training sessions, whether you are a beginner or regular jogger, you can combine walking and running. Walking is a simple activity that is good for your health and can help you to run better… Find out how!
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A longing to escape, a need for motivation: are you also one of the many people who find it impossible to go for a run without your earphones? Apart from the obvious pleasure associated with listening to music, certain precautions should be taken when choosing the musical option.
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Running in a group has lots of advantages. It's true that running is not considered as more of a team sports but with that said, you have to admit, running in a group has many advantages for staying motivated and avoiding boredom.
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Recover efficiently with our advice adapted to different types of races and distances. Many of you wonder about the best way to recover after a race. Obviously, the time of recovery and methods depend on the distance and duration of the race.
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No matter how long or how often you run, having the right shoes is essential! Read our expert advice on how to make the right choice.
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Running might just be the most convenient form of workout which doesn't require too many equipment but it is important to identify what your level is to be able to make the right choice of gear.
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Whether it is for road or trail running, with sleeves or sleeveless, with or without compression, a base layer or a second layer,etc.

LEARN TO RUN

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