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Digital Subscriptions > Men's Running > Nov-17 > Fun in the club

Fun in the club

Jim finds that joining a running club can benefit your social life as much as your pbs


Back-of-the-mag pacer Jim Old speaks up for the everyman runner

“I’m not much of a joiner,”said the girl in the film. I frowned at the screen. What the hell has carpentry got to do with anything that’s going on here? It took me a moment to realise I’d got the wrong end of the 4 by 2 and it added to the growing sense that I wasn’t this movie’s target viewer. I was, in fact, the target viewer’s dad. And there were probably about 5,000 more useful things I could be doing with my time than watching Suicide Squad on a Tuesday afternoon. I clicked it off and went looking for my running shoes. It was time to get going, anyway.

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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.