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Women’s Running  |  August 2018  


It’s a strange thing, our relationship with food. We tuck into our favourite snacks and meals to reward ourselves, cheer ourselves up and celebrate special occasions. Mealtimes can be something to look forward to after a tough day or training session, an opportunity to share quality time with loved ones. For me, food is associated with homeliness and family, but also with health and wellbeing. Fuelling my body nutritiously gives me enormous satisfaction – it gives me a feeling of control, knowing I’m supporting my health and my running.
But because of such emotional associations, our relationship with food can become very complex. And, in some cases, even detrimental to health.
Over the coming pages, we look at a number of topics surrounding nutrition. From the highly emotive issue of eating disorders (page 30), to the growing trend of going meat-free (page 62), we give you the facts to help you make sense of how your diet impacts your training and heath – mental and physical. If you are moving to a vegetarian or vegan diet, you’ll find heaps of expert advice on everything from getting the right protein intake to vitamin and mineral deficiencies – and even a seven-day, meat-free meal planner (page 69).
Of course, there’s lots of non-food content, too, including one feature guaranteed to get you out the door, even for just 15 minutes (page 44).
Women’s Running UK delivers editorial content which is 100% relevant to women who run.

Ideal for both beginners and regular runners, Women’s Running UK includes in-depth, accessible features on getting started, improving your running and boosting stamina as well as training plans for a variety of events, distances and abilities. It also explains how to choose suitable footwear and apparel to make running rewarding, enjoyable and injury free.

There has never been a wider choice of running events for women of all ages and abilities who want to be more active, enjoy running with friends and raise money for their chosen charities.

Motivational and supportive, Women’s Running UK is the ideal companion for all women who regularly run or those who want to get started and reap the benefits of looking good and feeling fantastic.

Every issue of Women’s Running UK includes dedicated sections on weight loss, gym training, healthy nutrition and running fashions plus detailed recipes to improve energy levels and boost recovery. Every issue includes Trail Zone – our ‘mag within a mag’ which focuses on the growing off-road running scene with reports, workouts, races and kit suggestions for all of your trail running needs.
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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Women’s Running August 2018.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT It’s a strange thing, our relationship with food. We tuck into our favourite snacks and meals to reward ourselves, cheer ourselves up and celebrate special occasions. Mealtimes can be somethin...
MEET THE TEAM THE WOMEN’S RUNNING TEAM HAS A WEALTH OF KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE TO HELP YOU GET THE MOST FROM YOUR RUNNING JENNIFER BOZON Jen started running to get fit post-university. Catching the bug, she...
”RUNNING HELPS ME TO STAY ON TOP OF MY RECOVERY. IT GIVES ME TIME TO THINK ABOUT WHERE I’M AT WITH MY DAY AND MY MOOD” COVER STAR Hope Virgo, 28, from south west London, was forced to put her life on hold for years while in the grips of anorexia. Now at a stage of ongoing recovery, she is using her experience ...
STAR LETTER POST-OP R&R HAVE YOUR SAY I really liked your Q&A with a reader who’d had a hysterectomy (June issue, p12). I also had one last summer, aged 42. I run with a club, Raheny Shamrock, and I race a lot. But all ...
YOUR RUNS SHARE #YOURRUNS WITH US! TWEET TO @WOMENSRUNNINGUK, TAG ON INSTAGRAM, WOMENSRUNNINGUK, OR EMAIL WOMENSRUNNING@WILDBUNCHMEDIA.CO.UK fakoriginal A final trundle through Suffolk’s country la...
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Women’s Running   |   August 2018   


It’s a strange thing, our relationship with food. We tuck into our favourite snacks and meals to reward ourselves, cheer ourselves up and celebrate special occasions. Mealtimes can be something to look forward to after a tough day or training session, an opportunity to share quality time with loved ones. For me, food is associated with homeliness and family, but also with health and wellbeing. Fuelling my body nutritiously gives me enormous satisfaction – it gives me a feeling of control, knowing I’m supporting my health and my running.
But because of such emotional associations, our relationship with food can become very complex. And, in some cases, even detrimental to health.
Over the coming pages, we look at a number of topics surrounding nutrition. From the highly emotive issue of eating disorders (page 30), to the growing trend of going meat-free (page 62), we give you the facts to help you make sense of how your diet impacts your training and heath – mental and physical. If you are moving to a vegetarian or vegan diet, you’ll find heaps of expert advice on everything from getting the right protein intake to vitamin and mineral deficiencies – and even a seven-day, meat-free meal planner (page 69).
Of course, there’s lots of non-food content, too, including one feature guaranteed to get you out the door, even for just 15 minutes (page 44).
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Women’s Running magazine print subscription.
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