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RUNGO

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You know that mate with the slightly annoying habit of planning running routes and loading them onto his or her watch? Your mate has turned into this app. You simply plot a route and it talks you through it as you run. It’s also pre-loaded with options, such as the London Marathon and unofficial local ones too, and you can download them to your phone to save on data. It’s really useful. And probably less annoying than your mate.

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Men’s Running
I’ve put that question to runners of all abilities
News and reviews
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On 1 October 2017, 46-year-old Jim Plunkett-Cole will
Thinking about upgrading your tracker? Us neither,
The astonishing run streak achieved by the legendary
Activity trackers used to be little more than pedometers
Organisers of the Great Scottish Run were left red-faced
You know that mate with the slightly annoying habit
PACE
Despite his love of everything two-wheeled, 5 News Tonight presenter Matt Barbett knew he had to face his marathon demons one last time
Beard oil at the ready; it’s the tattoo-clad, too cool for school running hipster
Looking for something more from your next race? The Keswick Mountain Festival has all you could want
Elite insights from former ‘fat bloke’ turned celebrated marathon man Steve Way
Solgar shares its top tips for healthy bones and joints
Take a trip down memory lane with our selection of snaps from years gone by
Want to strengthen your core and improve your VO2 max while losing weight? It’s time to get the kettle on
Sports therapist Lawrence Knott shares his injury and recovery advice. This month: Shin Splints
Key to his training were long repeats run by time,
Have you hit a performance plateau? Is your form fading? Instead of making sweeping changes, it’s time to get back to basics and focus on the small things in your training that can make a big difference
Master technical terrain with the help of obstacle course supremo turned mountain running champion Jon Albon
Are you a charity runner for whom simply running a race in shorts and tee is simply not enough? Then our guide to the pros and cons of running in costume is for you…
International ultrarunner Robbie Britton has some lessons from the frontline
■ Advice on suitable gear and gadgets to make running
RAGING FOREST FIRES, CHASTENING CLIMBS AND PERILOUS DESCENTS WERE JUST A FEW OF THE OBSTACLES COMPETITORS AT THIS YEAR’S ZOLKAN 4 DAYS RACE HAD TO OVERCOME, AS MATT MAYNARD REPORTS
An arsenal of new science, coaching tricks and energising tips designed to boost your running performance for the season ahead
MAKE YOUR CLOTHING WORK AS HARD AS YOU DO BY UNDERSTANDING THE WAY IT FUNCTIONS ALONG WITH HOW TO WEAR IT FOR MAXIMUM EFFECT.
THE BEST SHOES FROM THE BIGGEST BRANDS, TRIED AND TESTED
Follow these simple steps to ensure your chosen shoe is right for you
WITH TWO MONTHS TO GO, IT’S TIME FOR OUR MARATHON HOPEFULS TO UP THE ANTE
FUEL
Oxygen-boosting and disease-fighting, leeks are the superfood of the season
Roast fennel, squash, chorizo & basil frittata
Wild rice, apple, tomato and teff salad
Renee McGregor explains how the foods you eat can help – and hinder – your recovery
RACE
It’s the largest marathon in the world and arguably the most famous. We ran NYC and found the hype completely justified
Jonny Muir takes to the Scottish wilderness for 13 miles of sense-numbing hardship at Feel the Burns
It may only be a 5K but the Simply Health Great Edinburgh Winter Run still has stunning views and a sting in its tail
Pictures from the pain cave: a gallery of your grizzliest mid-race gurns. Send in your snaps
Jim Old discovers that mid-race photos rarely catch us looking our best