Running4Women

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  1. An exciting new brand have thrown away the rule book and done things rather differently.
  2. It can be tricky trying to eat healthily whilst eating enough to fuel your running training. Here are some great healthy snack ideas for busy women who run.
  3. Even with the best preparation in the world the most seasoned athlete can still suffer from mild dehydration whilst training during the summer months.
  4. As a runner, you’ve already made a fantastic choice to stay healthier, fitter, and stronger. But when you’ve got kids, the whole “healthy eating” thing can be more of a challenge. The truth is, female bodies need more of certain nutrients - and this is even more true once you’ve had kids.
  5. New research has highlighted the potential benefits of including more ginger in the diet of athletes, ranging from improving endurance to helping with knee pain
  6. The result is a nutritional powerhouse of a porridge pot, which not only offers a healthy start to the day, but, being jammed with high quality protein, healthy fats and fibre, also makes the perfect post gym recovery snack or mid work day pick me up.
  7. hello im a newbie

    Hi Jennifer,   Welcome to the Running4Women Forum are you new to running?  

  8. Luxury Soft-Touch T-Back Gym Vest. Look the part in our light-weight Plucky Vest. Ideal for yoga or Pilates, but also great for the gym or racquet sports.                                        
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