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Five steps to a successful return to running after illness by Dr Juliet.

Spring race targets are fast approaching. Whatever distance you’re training for it’s likely your plans are starting to crank up a gear with runs...

5 ways for runners to train and their benefits.

How much time do you spend pouring over pace splits and distance totals? Does the average pace on your watch determine the success of...

Where does your motivation to run come from?

I'm sure you've had plenty of days when you've struggle to put your trainers on and get out the door, especially when it's cold...

Dr Juliets Top 6 Tips On How Runners Can Prevent Injuries.

Preventing Injuries I enjoyed hosting the #fastesthouroftheweek recently and one of the topics that came up was how to prevent injuries. It’s so frustrating when...

Win A 3 month Nutrition Plan From Alex Cook, Our Resident Dietitian.

This weekend, 16th - 18th December, on UKRunChat you will have a chance to win a 3 month nutrition plan (cost £450) to help...

Train Hard & Outrun Winter germs.

There’s been loads of chat about bugs and germs in the UKSportsChat community in the last few weeks. Disappointed runners having to miss their...

Race Nutrition Part 2: Fluid Performance

I discussed in my first blog about how to formulate your fueling plan for long runs. In this month’s blog, I am going to...

Brace yourself for this… The Core!

Core training is something we’ve all heard about but what do we really mean by the term ‘core training’, why is it so important,...

It’s not all about the running!

May I suggest you stand up while you read this? You’ll see why in a minute. We all know exercise is good for us and...

Forefoot vs Rearfoot Running By @NKSportsPod

I was asked on Twitter to speak about rear foot v forefoot strike pattern and what is best. Like everything in life, there is no...

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