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Here’s What And How Runners Should Eat When Training For A Race

Here’s What And How Runners Should Eat When Training For A Race

From the webpages of  Getting race-ready isn't just about training right, it's also about eating right to fuel your running. Whether you're taking part in a major marathon or a shorter running event, it's natural to be a little nervous to toe the startin...
Tips to Use Your GPS Running Watch to Train and Race Better

Tips to Use Your GPS Running Watch to Train and Race Better

A GPS running watch will make your training easier, but only if you use it right. Running coach Andrew Cheong shares his top tips. You probably know that a GPS-enabled watch can help to improve your training by several notches. However, knowing how to mak...
10 Things to Do Before A Race to Ensure A Great Race Experience

10 Things to Do Before A Race to Ensure A Great Race Experience

Got a race coming up? Besides training for it, here's what you need to do in the lead-up, to guarantee tip-top performance and an awesome experience. After those weeks of training, you'll want to make sure things go as smoothly as possible on race day. An...
Reduce Your Risk Of Running Injuries With The Right Running Gait

Reduce Your Risk Of Running Injuries With The Right Running Gait

Studies have found that up to 80% of runners get injured at least once in their lifetime. Reduce your risk of injuries by fine-tuning your running gait. Have you been injured or know someone nursing a running injury? Surveys done on beginner to elite runn...
Choose The Right Running Shoes For Your Leg Type And Foot Arch

Choose The Right Running Shoes For Your Leg Type And Foot Arch

To avoid getting blisters and black toenails from running, it's important to wear the right running shoes for your leg and foot type. Here's what to take note of. Looking at my wife’s favourite pair of running shoes as she puts them on for our usual weeke...
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