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Runner's World UKRunner's World UK

Runner's World UK June 2019

Runner's World is an inspirational and motivational magazine for runners of all ages and abilities. In every issue of Runner’s World we inform, advise, educate, and motivate runners of all ages and abilities. We help every runner achieve their personal health, fitness and performance goals. Runner’s World shows you the best ways to get the maximum amount of benefits from running in the minimum amount of time. Big promise? Definitely. But you don’t have to take our word for it – we’d like to prove it to you!

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United Kingdom
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Hearst Magazines UK
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runner’s world uk

RUNNER’S WORLD Andy Dixon EDITOR-IN-CHIEF EDITORIAL JOE MACKIE Deputy Editor KERRY McCARTHY Commissioning Editor RICK PEARSON Section Editor JOHN CARROLL Chief Sub Editor ART WAYNE HANNON Creative Director JACK TENNANT Art Editor DIGITAL BEN HOBSON Digital Editor JANE MCGUIRE Deputy Digital Ed CONTRIBUTORS JO PAVEY Contributing Editor EMILY ABBATE, LISA ABDELLAH, MARK BUCKINGHAM, DREW DAWSON, ADHARANAND FINN, MARK HENRICKS, HEATHER IRVINE, IAN LEONARD, GREG MCMILLAN, HOLLY MIDDLEBROOK, ADRIAN MONTI, JONNY MUIR, SAM MURPHY, MARC PARENT, KIM PEARSON, ERIN STOUT, CARSON VAUGHAN, JAMES WITTS, DANIELLE ZICKI HEARST UK JAMES WILDMAN CEO CLAIRE BLUNT Chief Operating Officer ROBERT FFITCH Chief Strategy Officer ALUN WILLIAMS Managing Director, Health & Fitness SURINDER SIMMONS Chief People Officer SOPHIE WILKINSON Head of Editorial Operations CLARE GORMAN Chief Operations Director JUDITH SECOMBE Managing Director, Hearst Brand Services JANE SHACKLETON Brand Development Director, Health & Fitness JESSICA HOWLEY Acting Senior Marketing Manager PHILIPPA TURNER Senior Marketing Executive CLIENT DIVISION ANDREA SULLIVAN Director of Health & Sport DENISE DEGROOT Director…

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editor’s letter

I'M SOMETIMES ASKED whether my interest in running has ever waned over the course of my 12 years as RW editor. The truth is, my commitment has had its ebbs and flows – and currently it’s going through an ebb phase, owing largely to a foot injury that has meant I haven’t been able to run without discomfort for months. So, for a while, running hasn’t been the carefree joy that it should be. But that’s when working on this magazine really comes into its own – whenever I’m feeling a bit sorry for myself, I read about people doing extraordinary things through our sport and my mojo is instantly recharged. I challenge anyone to read the Rise and Shine feature on page 32 and not feel proud to be part of…

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contributors

ADHARANAND FINN For his latest book, The Rise of the Ultra Runners, the author completed 10 ultras in two years, but first he had to rid his body of injuries and tweak his form to handle the pounding. Learn how he achieved this in Further Education on p46. JAMES WITTS The author of The Science of the Tour de France is a runner with two marathons and multiple halfs and 10Ks to his name. He delves into the counterintuitive science of the training regime that means you can Train Slow, Race Fast, on p56.…

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q has running helped you cope with challenges in your life?

’Definitely – running helped me overcome an eating disorder and, years later, it still helps me massively with my mental health.’ – Jane McGuire ‘Over the years it’s helped me through break-ups, bereavement, mental and physical health problems…the list goes on. My rule is: when I feel like I’m losing my sh*t, go for a run.’ – Kerry McCarthy ‘On my run home after work, the hassles of the day seem to fall away, try as they might to keep up. My run to work just makes me insufferably ebullient.’ – John Carroll ‘When you have two young kids, running can sometimes feel like an inexcusable self-indulgence, but the psychological release valve and mental processing time it gives make me a better father, a better husband and a better man.’ – Joe Mackie…

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speke’s mill mouth, north devon

THE EXPERIENCE Featuring high cliffs and hanging valleys, this rugged section of the South West Coast Path is how trail running should be experienced. The majestic Speke’s Mill Mouth Waterfall was created by the sea’s erosion of the cliffs, leaving the streams running down from the moorland to fall dramatically to the shore in breathtaking coastal falls. AFTER THE RUN Swap tales of your adventures at the Wreckers Retreat Bar in nearby Hartland Quay. RUNNERS David Miller and Mark Bullock PHOTOGRAPHER Liam Brook…

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rays your game

AS THE SUN BEGINS TO SHINE, here’s yet another reason to get outside and run: in a US National Health and Nutrition Survey, which involved almost 2,000 people aged 20-49, those with higher levels of vitamin D had a greater VO2 max than those with low levels. ‘Our study shows that higher levels of vitamin D are associated with better exercise capacity,’ said Dr Amr Marawan of Virginia Commonwealth University. ‘We also know from previous studies that vitamin D has positive effects on the heart and bones.’ Top up your vitamin D levels with a sensible amount of sun exposure, a supplement (not too much) or, better still, lots of daytime running.…

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