For ages, I couldn’t wait to get home after a training session or gym session and often skipped the all important ‘stretching’ as part of a cool down. Stretching is one of the most forgotten aspects of an exercise routine, which your excuse is probably down to time limits, exhaustion from a workout, or not…

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To many people, the thought of going for a run is a scary prospect, especially if they have not done any sport for some time or they are simple not fit enough. But, regular running can help to reduce risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and keep your weight under control as well as…

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I realised last year that I couldn’t just rely on running as a form of exercise. After suffering problems in both feet at different times and being unable to run for long periods each time, starting over and rebuilding fitness from zero was too frustrating and soul-destroying to endure again.  I needed something else. Also,…

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Sugar has had its fair share of bad press in recent months, with a tax being put upon it and several links being highlighted to obesity and diabetes.  But is this bad press justified? In the 1960’s saturated fat was seen as the biggest attribute to problems with weight gain and so it seemed the…

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Features boost™’s energy-returning properties keep every step charged with an endless supply of light, fast energy Engineered mesh upper with various types of mesh in different areas of the foot; Seamless and stretchy Primeknit forefoot adapts to foot’s natural expansion and helps reduce irritation Bootee construction for comfortable fit; Featherweight sockliner adapts to the foot…

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I chose to ignore a familiar niggle in my foot last summer.  I’d been complaining for a few weeks about tight calves but hadn’t got around to a sports massage and kept walking past the foam roller at home making a mental note to use it later.  Then one morning in July I was brought…

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