Women's Fitness


Another year, another chance to resolve to be a better version of yourself. But if it’s greater levels of happiness and fitness you’re after, there’s one solution – run outside. We already know that outdoor activity is good for the body, but a growing amount of research is showing that it’s great for the mind, too. Just recently, a survey of 20,000 Brits revealed that spending a mere two hours a week in

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Alan Murchison’s Tips
1 Plan ahead. Look at your training for the week and then try to plan meals alongside the intensity of the sessions. Harder training requires more carb-based meals; easier days require more protein and good fats. 2 Build a longer-term view around ea