Running is a brilliant way to get fit in nature's free gym: the outdoors. Be warned, it's addictive. Here's how to assess your fitness, plan a run, take those all-important first steps, avoid injuries and more.
Fun runs can seem a little daunting to new participants, but they should be exactly what they say they are – fun! Here's how to make that happen.
If you're thinking of joining a 0-5K group or club and want an idea of what's involved, then read on as Hilda Coulsey explains why it's the best way to get up and running.
It's natural to be nervous when taking up running, especially if you're looking to lose weight, but trainer Becky Hodgson shows you how to get over those fears.
If you've made the decision, "I want to run", you may be wondering if there's anything more to it than dusting off your trainers. We explain all...
Here's how to make a self-assessment of your fitness, so you can work out how much training to do in the initial stages of your running plan.
Tips on when and where to run and route-planning.
If you're just starting out in running then following these seven tips from athlete and personal trainer Becca Hayden will get you on the right track.
Many new runners fall by the wayside once their initial burst of enthusiasm dwindles. If this happens, don't give up. There are ways to re-motivate yourself.
Sarah Coope explains how replacing a few of your more gentle weekly runs with other exercise such as a gentle bike ride, long walk in the country or swim can enhance your running training.
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