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Trail RunningTrail Running

Trail Running February - March 2019

Trail Running was the UK's first magazine devoted to the exciting, adventurous world of off-road running. Escape boring treadmills, knee-jolting tarmac and traffic fumes and join us in the fresh air as we help you discover Britain’s most awesome trails. In each issue you’ll find... - Mapped off-road routes - Inspirational places to run throughout the UK - More gear tests than any other running magazine - Expert training advice and fitness plans We also feature and interview record-breaking mountain runners, along with the best trail, obstacle and adventure races.

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United Kingdom
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
H BAUER PUBLISHING LIMITED
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the best new year’s resolution!

TRAIL RUNNING never ceases to amaze me. Deep down, anyone who ever runs off-road knows that something special is happening whether that’s naturally strengthening your knees and ankles, boosting your endurance or experiencing the natural high that exploring our countryside enevitably produces. But it’s always nice to read that science is fully on board with that too – as professsor John Brewer confirms in his article on page 30. Trail running ticks all the right boxes when it comes to creating a fitter, faster you. Another recent afternoon spent chatting with two incredible yet ‘normal’ runners certainly confirmed that and more. You can read their life-changing stories on page 38, but be warned – you’ll never have a valid reason to miss a run again! Smoking, drinking, hip surgery, international superstardom;…

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this issue’s contributors

FIONA RUSSELL Reaching the grand old age of 50 doesn’t mean you have to slow down, p19. JOHN BREWER Science has confirmed it: trail running is officially good for you, p30. JO PAVEY The 2014 Euro champ is still setting big goals at the age of 45. You can too, p64. SEAN McFARLANE What’s your favourite hill? It doesn’t have to be steep or scary, just amazing, p44. KIRSTY READE Why just going pink is nowhere near good enough for women’s kit, p88. JEN & SIM BENSON Ten routes to inspire and motivate you through the winter and beyond, p93. /trailrunningmag @trailrunningmag /trailrunningmag tr@bauermedia.co.uk…

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running inspiration

A VERY ‘COOL’ PIC Scotland in winter is no picnic, but there are some truly magnificent trails to run – even when the snow and ice has taken its frosty grip on the mountains and glens of the Highlands. This photo was taken just above the eastern entrance to the deep trench of Glen Coe, home to some of Britain’s finest mountain scenery including Bidean nam Bian and the Aonach Eagach ridge. Go well prepared, with the right gear in the right conditions, and you’ll never want to leave. TRULY ORIGINAL For more than half a century now, the first part of the winter has been all about one race: the Original Mountain Marathon. More commonly known as ‘The OMM’, the 51st edition of this two-day epic took place in the Black Mountains…

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make 2019 your fittest year ever!

Running 1000 miles in 12 months sounds like a lot, and right now you probably think you can’t do it. But trust us, that’s not true. The challenge breaks down to 2.7 miles a day, 19.2 miles a week, 83 miles a month; and once you start chipping away at those little milestones you’ll realise it isn’t quite as terrifying as you first feared. Most importantly, you’ll be hitting trails regularly; making yourself fitter, stronger, healthier and happier with every run; and joining a thriving community of runners all encouraging and supporting each other to the same life-changing goal. So sign up today, plan your next run, lace up your shoes, and let’s spend the whole of 2019 running together.…

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how to sign up

1 SIGN UP ONLINE Visit www.trailrunningmag.co.uk/run1000miles to register. We’ve also designed new 2019 #Run1000Mile ruffs for you to wear while you complete your challenge. They’re on sale now for £7.50 – so order yours today, because they’re mega popular! 2 DO A PLEDGE Fill in the back cover of the #Run1000Miles supplement in this issue, take a picture of it and post it on social media to commit to the challenge. 3 JOIN THE FACEBOOK GROUP Sign up at facebook.com/groups/run1000miles. You’ll be part of a buzzing community sharing the joys and toils of the experience, boosting you to achieve your aims. 4 FILL IN THE TRACKER Use the mileage tracker on p34-35 of the supplement to record how you’re progressing towards the big 1000. 5 GET SOCIAL Tag your social media posts with #Run1000Miles and we’ll use a selection…

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how to stay in one piece

Softly does it Land lightly on your feet to avoid injury, say scientists. Changing your gait is very difficult, but researchers at Harvard Medical School found some interesting results when analysing 249 heel-striking female runners over two years. They discovered that the 21 runners who didn’t suffer injuries all landed softly on their heels. Dodge downhills Running downhill is worse for your knees than other types of gradient, is the unsurprising news from scientists at the University of Nevada. Apparently the first study of its kind found patellofemoral joint stress to be significantly higher on descents than when running on the flat or uphill, as reported by Physical Therapy in Sport. Beware weight loss Female runners with a BMI (body mass index) of less than 19 are at greater risk of stress fractures. Dr Tim…

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