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SELFIE-CENTRED RUNNING

PRO ULTRARUNNER Robbie Britton WITH SOME LESSONS FROM THE FRONTLINE

BRITT SCHOOL

How to prevent social media from ruining your runs

Getting faster is second place these days to one extremely important aspect of running: looking good on social media. Setting a PB is fine, well done you, but like the tree falling in the woods, if you set a PB and no one tweets about it, did it really happen?

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About Men's Running

The November issue of Men’s Running is all about training smart: whether that’s tailoring your sessions to suit your body type, learning to make the most of your urban environment or discovering the most cost-effective events, this issue is packed with content to help you reach your full potential. Elsewhere, we’ve got some stunning, run-envy inducing destination races. Run-reporter Arko Hojholt travels to the pristine Swiss Alps for the Inferno Half: a half marathon with a sting in its tail. Damian Hall, meanwhile, has been kept busy: first, trying his hand (or feet) at the quad-wrecking discipling of skyrunning, before troubling the crème de la crème of ultrarunning at the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (UTMB), the world’s premier trail race. Of course, we’ve also got exclusive kit reviews, tech roundups and inspiring interviews to maintain motivation this winter.