Blogs By: Peta Bee

Why Caffeine Can Be Good For Running Caffeine has come a long way since its days as the dietary pariah of sport. Now everyone is drinking to its benefits, says Peta Bee How to avoid a stitch YOU’RE powering your way through a run or workout when suddenly you are gripped with a stabbing pain that threatens to bring all your efforts to a grinding halt. Sound familiar? Setting goals? Stay motivated with these tips It’s over a month since you resolved to become a fitter, healthier version of yourself. So how’s it going? Six Foods Every Runner Should Eat Forget expensive supplements and shakes. The best sports nutrition products are right under your nose. 'Tis The Season To Keep Training Why you should keep running this Christmas to offset overindulgence Run Barefoot For A Memory Boost Taking off your shoes, even for a short period during a warm down, could pay dividends in terms of mental sharpness Endurance Training Is Good For You Despite earlier research, there is no evidence that years of elite-level endurance training causes any long-term damage Running Is The Best Bone-Booster Runners are likely to have a stronger skeleton than cyclists according to the authors of a new study presented at the European Congress of Endocrinology. Running Keeps You Young Habitual running into old age seemed to prevent the break down of muscles, possibly because the ageing runners unwittingly adjusted their technique to minimise the stress on their joints Why Caffeine Can Be Good For Running Caffeine has come a long way since its days as the dietary pariah of sport. Now everyone is drinking to its benefits, says Peta Bee Run For The Sun? Many runners forget the importance of applying sun block. PETA BEE summarises the risks, as well as the precautions you need to take Paper Tape Can Prevent Blisters Don't let blisters hamper your long runs - wrap up! Step Up To The 10km Challenge If you think you are too old, too slow or simply too out-of-shape to run further than a few miles, then prepare to be convinced otherwise.