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Women’s Running Magazine

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We’re getting into marathon-training mode in the March issue of Women’s Running, out now! Join in our #BigMarathonChallenge with one of our three targeted 12-week training plans - you’ll find part one in this issue. We’ve also got an eight-move workout designed to get your body ready for marathon running. Using your commute to get some miles in? Find the right rucksack for you with our test. Elsewhere in the issue you’ll find a guide to running for new mothers, be inspired to smile as you run, and try three fresh recipes from Clean-Eating Alice. Plus, we’ve got all the usual great gear reviews, inspiration and quick training advice.
Women’s Running UK delivers editorial content which is 100% relevant to women who run.

Ideal for both beginners and regular runners, Women’s Running UK includes in-depth, accessible features on getting started, improving your running and boosting stamina as well as training plans for a variety of events, distances and abilities. It also explains how to choose suitable footwear and apparel to make running rewarding, enjoyable and injury free.

There has never been a wider choice of running events for women of all ages and abilities who want to be more active, enjoy running with friends and raise money for their chosen charities.

Motivational and supportive, Women’s Running UK is the ideal companion for all women who regularly run or those who want to get started and reap the benefits of looking good and feeling fantastic.

Every issue of Women’s Running UK includes dedicated sections on weight loss, gym training, healthy nutrition and running fashions plus detailed recipes to improve energy levels and boost recovery. Every issue includes Trail Zone – our ‘mag within a mag’ which focuses on the growing off-road running scene with reports, workouts, races and kit suggestions for all of your trail running needs.
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One of the best magazines out there for staying fit and running Reviewed July 16, 2019

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Women’s Running Mar-17.

Welcome! COMING AROUND AGAIN REGULARS Welcome! COMING AROUND AGAIN Spring marathons, and particularly the Virgin Money London Marathon, are like Christmas in the running c...
WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO THIS MONTH REGULARS WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO THIS MONTH “I’ve been visiting my dad in South Africa who inspired me to run! Amazingly, he still runs every day at the age of 77 ...
MUSIC & MOVEMENT What we’re running and recovering to this month REGULARS MUSIC & MOVEMENT What we’re running and recovering to this month Tina Chantrey “I love ‘The Weekend’ ...
Meet the team THE WOMEN’S RUNNING TEAM HAS A WEALTH OF KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE TO HELP YOU GET THE MOST FROM YOUR RUNNING REGULARS Meet the team THE WOMEN’S RUNNING TEAM HAS A WEALTH...
SPOTLIGHT ON… REGULARS SPOTLIGHT ON… LAUREN GREGORY This issue, PT Lauren Gregory put together the first circuit of our new series of Body Blast workouts (check it out ...
HAVE YOUR SAY REGULARS HAVE YOUR SAY STAR LETTER PREGNANCY PAINS I had just completed my fi rst half-marathon before going into my second cycle of IVF. This cycle was th...