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About Women’s Running

In the May issue of Women’s Running, we are fast and FIERCE. We uncover 15 ways that running can make you more powerful, physically and mentally, and we’ve put them to the test. We also investigate the controversial topic of disordered eating and running: what are the warning signs to look out for in ourselves and others, and how we can support people who show symptoms of this harrowing and broad reaching mental illness that is unhappily prevalent in our community. We speak to journalist and author Bella Mackie on how she used running to manage the symptoms of her anxiety - so well, in fact, that she wrote a book about it. And we review tons of kit, including trail backpacks for days off the beaten track, some stunning neutral shoes, and fab all-weather jackets. Plus, we’ve got a training guide for a five-mile race, the ultimate marathon nutrition guide, and a lustworthy compo from Ultra - win three pairs of shoes worth £360!

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Disordered eating is a controversial subject within
Jenny is a Chartered Physiotherapist with post-graduate
Th e people, campaigns, research and updates making an impact in our running community this month
Brilliant new kit to inspire you to lace up, get out there and race through those miles feeling your best
Exercises targeting your abdominals and pelvic floor will help return you to good health and get you running strongly again
Th e latest nutrition, beauty and health headlines. Because running doesn’t end at your feet
Runner and mother of three Rhian talks about being a Run Angel for TMR, finishing the epic Snowdonia Marathon Eryri, and her cake motto
Try these three quick recipes for an easy yet nutritious meal or snack, perfect for the health conscious runner
Laura Fountain is a mother, a running coach, a personal
Th e knee is a complex joint, but it’s oft en poor running mechanics in other areas that can lead to knee pain and injury
Scottish international ultra-runner Debbie Martin-Consani (@ultrarundmc) shares her favourite 10K route in the Kilpatrick Hills near Glasgow
If you peak your long run at above 20 miles in marathon training, is that more likely to give you the perfect endurance base, or instead tire you out for a sub-optimal performance on the big day?
Whatever the conditions, a runr snood is perfect to
Panic attacks, anxiety and negative thoughts governed Bella Mackie’s life. But when she hit rock bottom, running saved it
The television and radio presenter talks running marathons, fitting training around family, and her new podcast
Whether you experience pre-race anxiety or are struggling with a mental block that’s hampering your running performance, hypnotherapy could be the key to keeping you calm and unlocking your full performance potential
Want to feel the benefits of hypnotherapy from the comfort of your own home? Try this step-by-step visualisation exercise from Howard Cooper, to help you experience flow state at your next race…
Because we run better together
Running, weight, food and health: the ideal is to have a perfect balance between all these things. But alarmingly, all too frequently this balance can tip in the wrong direction. We uncover the truths about running and disordered eating, and find out what we can do to help us all achieve the right balance
Essential advice from the team on everything from running your first marathon to how much time you need to take off afterwards. Plus what you need to bear in mind when buying trainers.
Enter our competition to win three pairs of fantastic Altra shoes, all for you! From road to trail, Altra has it covered
Got a pair of trainers? Great! Th en welcome to our tribe. Get fit and feel great with our easy guide to starting out. With just a few pieces of essential kit, and a super simple routine to kick you off, we’re with you every step of the way. Come and run with us!
Divide your run into three sections: warm up, the run itself, and cool down – each of these is equally important. Your warm up should include a brisk walk and the following dynamic (moving) stretches:
The medal-grabbing sprint star is a shining light in UK athletics – and look out world, because she’s only just got started…
Fiona Bugler reveals how running can help you find the strongest version of you, for a healthier, happier life
Training plans to help you smash a PB at your next 5-mile race
The distance running star talks training hard, focused recovery and why racing is fun
For those lucky runners who don’t need additional foot support, these neutral shoes could propel you towards that PB
Inspiring, entertaining (and free) podcasts to keep you focused during each run, and encourage you to keep going…
Find out how mimicking the moves of the animal kingdom will make you stronger and more flexible, help you mentally and ultimately make you a better runner
Your back is holding the rest of your body together and yet it’s oft en neglected, says exercise scientist Anne-Marie Lategan. Here’s how to make it strong and flexible
Pre-empt problems from too much time seated by playing at being a superhero
Nutritionist Louise Pyne has created the ultimate nutrition guide to complement your marathon training and help you power through your running goals
Fuel up with these nutritious meals pre and post-race day
Sip your way to better endurance with a warming brew says nutritionist Louise Pyne
Fully recover from your weekend’s long run with a delicious and nutritious lunch full of veggies, with the perfect balance of macros, vitamins and minerals – and no one will miss the meat!
Be inspired by reports on recent races by our intrepid runners: we go the distance!