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How To Go From 5K To Half-Marathon

How To Go From 5K To Half-Marathon

If you can run 3 miles, you can run 123 - yes, really! What do you think when someone says “half marathon”? Too long? A bit scary? Out of your league? We don’t think so - here’s why we think the half marathon is the perfect distance, even for relative newbies to...

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HOW TO COPE WITH HAYFEVER & RUNNING

HOW TO COPE WITH HAYFEVER & RUNNING

Don’t let hayfever ruin your running training! Hayfever has come early this year thanks to that unseasonably warm patch of weather. Great news for some, but not if you have hay fever. Here’s how to cope with hay fever and outdoor running. What exactly is hay fever?...

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Perfect Pacing For A Half Marathon

Perfect Pacing For A Half Marathon

Take control of the pace at your next half marathon There’s more to running a half marathon than just getting from A-B. If you want to run a fast half (or even get a PB!), you need to think about each section in between: the miles (or kilometers), the minutes, and the...

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The Perfect Run Form

The Perfect Run Form

You only have to head to your local park to see that everyone runs differently. Turn on the TV and watch the elites race the London Marathon and you might see less variation in running form, but there will still be differences. Perfecting your running form is not an...

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Half Marathon Advice for New Runners

Half Marathon Advice for New Runners

Running can be a slippery slope. What starts as a hobby – or maybe just a way to lose weight – can quickly blossom into a lifelong passion. Runners bit by the running bug are soon signing up for longer races, looking for clubs near home, and even buying their first...

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Ready To Start Running In Spring?

Ready To Start Running In Spring?

Spring is a great time to get started - here’s what you need to know Are you joining us for the Windsor Half Marathon in September? Now is a great time to get started with your training - daylight hours are longer, temperatures are starting to climb, and the outside...

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