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About Women’s Running

We’ve taken a running jump into spring with our March issue, which is packed with inspirational ideas on how to go further, get fitter and run faster now that the worst of the cold weather is behind us. We’ve been out on the trails discovering new ways we can inject a bit of wild into our running: from fastpacking to swimruns there are plenty of ways to embrace your inner child and find new ways to love our beloved running. And if that wan’t enough to inspire you to leave the tarmac behind, read our interview with Emily Scott: last summer she climbed 282 Munros (that’s a mountain to the non-Scottish among you) unsupported, in one continuous round. And she’s on the lookout for her next adventure! We’ve also included the Big One: your training guide to getting round a marathon in tip top shape – whether it’s your first marathon, or simply your latest stab at a PB, we’ve got the plan to give you a strong finish. Our extended workout this issue focuses on arms: strong arms are vital for a strong stride, so we’re working on getting rock-hard triceps and biceps to pump our legs. And while we know that running is good for ourselves, did you know you could help others by putting one foot in front of the other? We investigate England Athletic’s Mental Health Champions campaign to support good mental wellbeing through running, and find out how we can get involved at a local level.

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issue 111 || March 2019
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The latest nutrition, beauty and health headlines: because running doesn’t end at your feet
Runner and mother of four Rhianwen Smee talks eating disorders, trail running and the many emotions of the sport
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Laura Fountain is a mother, a running coach, a personal
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Sarah Shaw shares her favourite way to escape the crowds and dose up on free ‘Vitamin Sea’ on Brighton seafront
Professional athletes are fond of them, but some scientists say they’re a waste of time. So do ice baths or cold showers really help your body recover and repair after a race, long run or quality session?
Having recently completed Project282 – climbing all 282 Scottish Munros in a solo, self-supported, continuous round – adventure athlete Emily Scott is an on a new mission: to make adventure accessible for all
From well-trodden trails to adventures off the beaten track, Europe offers superb running opportunities, whether you’re on a quick city break or an all-summer adventure
Looking for more than a mini-break? These runners chose a life less ordinary in their beloved, adopted European countries
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A network of runners around the UK are helping to remove the stigma from mental health bl@Words Juliet McGrattan
Do you want to make a difference? Here are four ways you can be involved with running for improved mental health
This month, you showed that #sharingiscaring on our #womensrunninguk social, posting with love, laughter and support for your #WRTribe. Keep #runningtogether
Essential advice from the team on whether you should run during your periods, the best marathon snacks, great books for beginner runners, why core strength is key and how to conquer injury fears
Watching the London Marathon got The Great British Bake Off star hooked on running, and she admits cakes are very much part of her fuelling strategy as she trains for the London Landmarks Half Marathon
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Making sure you get the best from your food is as much to do with your mind as it is to do with your ingredients, says personal trainer Steve Ahern
Five delicious, quick-to-make and nutritious breakfasts (and one brunch) to help ensure you start the day the right way
Get your head round macronutrients and you’ll add strength to your workouts, improve your overall health and power your running
Nutritious and delicious, quick and simple to prepare, these colourful ideas for lunch and supper will keep you glowing with health as your training regime ramps up
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Enter our competition to win this bundle of brilliant HOKA shoes, and a year’s worth of running on road and trail, as well as all those races, will be sorted
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Plans for beginners (aiming to finish between 4-6 hours – you should already be able to run 10K) and advanced runners (regularly running around 25 miles/week and aiming for 3:40-3:59)
Five-time winner of the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (UTMB), Lizzy talks injuries, recuperation and received wisdom
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A reliable gilet is must-have kit for any runner at this time of year, especially as our weather can be so changeable
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We all know running is great for the body, but swapping in an active recovery workout could see your running performance soar, says Lisa Buckingham
Strong arms are crucial: building strength in our upper bodies improves our arm swing, which in turn improves cadence, says exercise scientist Anne-Marie Lategan
Strengthen the back of your arms to help improve muscle tone and power, leading to better form
Looking for a fun sport that involves a physical and mental challenge while toning and strengthening your whole body and improving your running? Bouldering ticks all the boxes
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