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How I Ran Into My Wife: A Case Study
How I Ran Into My Wife: A Case Study
It's one thing finding a training partner at a running club, quite another finding a life partner - but it does happen from time to time....
How I Ran My First Marathon: A Case Study
How I Ran My First Marathon: A Case Study
When Paula Radcliffe broke the world record to win the London Marathon in 2003, it inspired one Yorkshire mum to try the race for herself....
I Ran Off Extra Pounds After Pregnancy: A Case Study
I Ran Off Extra Pounds After Pregnancy: A Case Study
A lot of women gain weight during pregnancy, but those who return to running can find the weight drops off just as quickly....
I Started Running in My 70s: A Case Study
I Started Running in My 70s: A Case Study
It seems it is never too late to start running and Ronnie Stevenson is one of the pensioners proving that age is really no barrier....
My Running Hobby Became an Obsession: A Case Study
My Running Hobby Became an Obsession: A Case Study
When her running hobby turned into a dangerous obsession, Jill Hampton's health began to suffer and it took a toll on her relationship....
My Running Raised a Fortune for Charity: A Case Study
My Running Raised a Fortune for Charity: A Case Study
Running to raise money for a good cause can act as a great motivation, and give runners a positive focus at a difficult time....
Running With Your Partner Isn't a Good Idea: A Case Study
Running With Your Partner Isn't a Good Idea: A Case Study
Not too many husband and wife teams last the pace when exercising together. So it may be a good idea to go your separate ways when it comes to slipping on a pair of…...
Rushing Back Too Quickly After a Calf Strain: A Case Study
Rushing Back Too Quickly After a Calf Strain: A Case Study
Overcoming a calf strain involves seeking the right advice and not exercising until the injury is fully healed. Unfortunately this is a lesson some runners only learn…...
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