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DIGGING DEEP

EDITOR’S LETTER

How many times, honestly, have you given it your all on a run? To tell the truth, I don’t think I’ve ever fully emptied the tank in training – for one or two intervals, maybe, but not an entire session. On a handful of racing occasions, though (the 2016 London Marathon, a Wimbledon parkrun, the 2015 Loch Ness 10K), I’m confident that I pushed myself to the sort of blind-panicked, jelly-legged, ‘this is what death feels like’ limit that, really, in the moment is no fun at all.

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The March issue of Men’s Running was designed with New Year motivation in mind. Whether you’re a persistent pavement pounder, or are completely new to running altogether, this issue is packed with expert advice on becoming a tougher, stronger, quicker and happier runner - from 14 easy-to-adopt ways to boost performance, to a three-page spread on learning to grit your teeth, push your limits and realise your true potential. We’ve also got exclusive reviews of the latest short-sleeved tops, shorts and running socks - with the best product in each category receiving the MR ‘Best in Test’ seal of approval. For a rarely covered behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to organise a large-scale race, head to our ‘Making a Marathon’ feature, and of course we’ve also got the usual training advice, race reports and nutrition know-how to help you hit the ground running in 2018.