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About Women’s Running

The November issue of Women’s Running comes with a FREE magazine! Women’s Running Real-Life Runners is packed with inspiring stories from real women who have discovered the joy of running and overcome incredible obstacles to do so. In the main magazine, it’s our Reader’s Choice Awards issue, in which we celebrate the brands and races that you voted for in your thousands – find out who won! We also test all the latest and best winter running gear, from shoes to gloves, so you can pick the right kit for these chilly mornings. We have a training plan you can do even if you’re injured, we talk to cover star sisters Connie & Stacey about their half marathon training, and we explain how you can love every single winter run. Even the really dark, really rainy ones. Seriously. Let’s get out there!

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Women’s Running
ISSUE 119 // NOVEMBER 2019
“You know what? We’re amazing. That’s something we
When the running gets tough, groups can get you going
”I’ve learned you don’t have to fit the traditional image of what a runner should look like. Anyone can run”
”I’d be standing in the kitchen, dressed and ready for a run, and I’d get to the front door and I couldn’t physically get myself to leave the house”
“I thought, I’ll just carry on, I’m enjoying it so I’ll keep going. I’ll do it tonight. No pressure, no races. Lovely!”
“Running became a solitary activity I enjoyed and valued. Between a very intense job and the kids, I needed the headspace”
“I am not talking about mountains here, but I do love running up to the top of the hill and looking out. It gives me perspective”
If you’re new to group training or are nervous about joining one, find out how to prevent those first-time nerves
“I find myself alone in the middle of nowhere, early morning in winter when the sun’s coming up and I feel so lucky”
“It’s integral to who I am, it’s one of my pillars, it’s the thing that keeps me well”
“Let’s face it, no one hands you a medal for being a mum. So yes, I was proud of me, which was a really nice feeling. I loved the sense of achievement”
“The weekends when I didn’t have my son were especially long and going out for long runs started to help fill that time”
LIFESTYLE
Brigid Kosgei runs women’s fastest ever 26.2 miles at the Chicago Marathon
From revolutionary tops and shorts, to the most comfy backpack for your runcommute, we bring you the very best new kit
Type 2 diabetes doesn’t mean you can’t run. With the support of your healthcare team, and with these simple steps, running may even help you manage the condition better
The latest nutrition, beauty and health headlines. Because running doesn’t end at your feet
Self-confessed reformed couch potato, Asics FrontRunner
Try these three quick recipes for an easy and nutritious meal or snack, perfect for runners with busy schedules
Laura Fountain is a mother, a running coach, a personal
Plantar fasciitis is the third most common injury for runners. The tenacious issue can sometimes be tricky to treat, so there are a range of ways to tackle the injury
Nibble Protein founder Erin Moroney shares her favourite six-mile, west London run
The popularity of parkrun across the UK has bought running to new communities and ages, but should parents encourage children of 10 years old and younger to run 5K with them?
REGULARS
This month, you share how you value your body for supporting your running life and how lifting weights can help get you a PB. Great work #WRTribe!
How to run while pregnant, the best way to bounce back from an ankle injury and backpack buying tips. Plus, what causes numb toes?
British ultrarunner Ellie wasn’t a competitive runner when she was younger, but developed her talent to run long distances in her 20s to rise to the top of the world’s elite female ultrarunners
FEATURES
Our 10K and half marathon runners have made it to the finish line! We find out how their training went, and all about their races
Readers’choice
For the second year running, Brooks has taken the Reader
For women who love to run in fun and fearless kit that
For simple ease of use, instant navigation and stat
For a company that began life just five years ago
Under Armour has been a sleeper hit with our tribe:
If you demand quality products to fuel your training
What a winner for our 5K award! The Colour Run originally
The weekly free 5K parkrun community provides not only
The London 10,000 has grown into one of the largest
The London Landmarks Half Marathon got a huge shout
The London Marathon is a landmark race for so many
This race weaves its way along 100K of Britain’s oldest
Sold as so much more than a race, the Tough Mudder
It’s one of the greatest marathons in the world and
It’s no secret that many of us run to maintain our
Yes, it’s a running club, but it’s also a club that
Mel Bound’s ambitions for This Mum Runs (TMR) knows
Ditch apps and trackers and zone into your surroundings to stay present in the moment
COACH
Keep the winter blues at bay, strengthen your runner’s resilience, enjoy crisp winter mornings and build a solid aerobic base for Spring racing. Here’s the complete guide to keeping winter running wonderful
Don’t give up hope! There are some easy and enjoyable ways to maintain your fitness when injured, which will benefit your health and running fitness too
Make the most of cross training on the bike with a mixture of indoor intervals and outdoor longer rides to keep your running fitness on track
A mixture of easy, steady and interval swims will help ensure your running fitness remains high as your injury recovers, with workouts that grow strength and cardio with non impact risk
Serial ultra-distance world record-breaker Camille likes to run a lot in training – but not all that far
Kit
Banish the cold while maximising your performance with these technical tights
Be prepared for anything this autumn, whether it’s more fluid or more snacks, with the latest hydration packs
It’s time to layer up and we have some gorgeous hoodies to keep the cold at bay
It’s notoriously difficult to find well-fitting bras for bigger boobs: here’s our round-up of the best in the market
Your hands often feel the cold first, and chilly hands can have a huge impact on your running. Try a pair of these for size
It’s time to embrace the mud and puddles of winter cross-country and trails! We tested the toughest trail shoes on the market
If you love your stats, you’ll love these watches
BOOTCAMP
Use the power of breathing to boost your running by helping you into a flow state, says Louise Pyne
These everyday tips will help you to make the most of your breathing
If you have bad posture from too much sitting you could have bad running technique, too
Improve your pelvis, hips and glute strength to run better and with fewer injuries, with these exercises says Anne-Marie Lategan
Please select the magazine(s) of your choice and your
NUTRITION
Go back to basics with some simple food rules to keep training on track, says nutritionist Louise Pyne
Love ’em or hate ’em, there’s no denying they have their uses: so which is right for you?
We asked rising star Hayley, who is ranked fifth in the UK at the marathon, how she approaches fuelling her training
RACE
The bucket list must-do marathon, Loch Ness, promises spectacular views of the Highlands, while its little sister, the 10K offers a super-flat course. Did they deliver? Tina Chantrey and Esther Newman found out
Fiona Bugler laced up in London for a historic half in a Royal Park along with a handful of celebrities
Esther Newman discovered Edinburgh’s hidden secret – a coastline! – as she plodded along this seriously FLat 10K
Looking ahead at race dates in December, January and February