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The 5 Best Football Magazines

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The 5 Best Football Magazines

It is the game that brings the world together and where the field is a witness to it all - the controversies, the victories, the downfalls and the moments that go down in footballing folklore. It is the beautiful game of football!   

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The 5 Best Cycling Magazines

The 5 best cycling magazinesThe 5 Best Cycling Magazines

When comfortably seated in the saddle, you and your bicycle work together as one, just like a well-oiled machine - where a firm grip of the handlebars help to steer in the right direction, legs pump, while feet pedal and a pair of wheels are set in motion. It doesn’t matter the speed you produce, all that matters is the open road ahead for you and your bike to explore. Continue reading

The 5 Best Running Magazines

The 5 Best Running Magazines The 5 Best Running Magazines

When is it that you feel the most free? Maybe it is when the wind brushes against your face as your feet pick up a steady pace. The moment when your heart beats through your chest, your lungs capture and release your every breath, your muscles contract with each stride and tiny drops of sweat fly from your entire being. Maybe you feel the most free when you set off on a good and steady run. Continue reading

A Review of Runner's World Magazine

A Review of Runner's WorldArts and crafts blogger Kate Williams from Crafts on Sea, shares her review of one of our fitness favourites, Runner's World magazine. Be inspired by her journey and how the magazine motivated her to jump back into her trainers and start chasing her passion again.   

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10 top tips for a great run

10 tips for a great run | magazine.co.uk

"Running! What could be more straightforward?" I hear you cry. Well, I’ve made a number of school-girl errors over the years, ranging from painful chafing to embarrassing and unintentional flashing, all of which have made me the runner I am today... basically, much the same as I was 10 years ago, but slightly more wizened.  I have, however, learned some valuable lessons and want to share my 10 top tips for a great run (they may well help you, too).
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9 Women to Watch at the Rio Olympics 2016

On the eve of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, we've rounded up a group of women to watch for their sheer sporting prowess and undeniable talent. From home turf Brazilian talent in Volleyball to the first woman to ever wear a hijab in the Olympic games, 2016 is set to be an exciting year for this group of Olympic hopefuls...

Katie Ledecky, 19

Sport: Swimming

Odds to win a medal: 1/4

Team: USA

Why you need to watch her: She's tipped as unbeatable. Insiders have said it's not a case of whether she'll win, but by how much. Her speed is matched by her endurance too; she's just as fast swimming the 200m as well as the 800m. That's the equivalent of a runner winning a 100m sprint and a long distance 5000m run - and unheard of in the sport.

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2016: The Summer of Sport

Britain! Shut out Brexit and the bad weather and welcome in a shining summer of sport…
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How to build your base fitness over the winter

The winter months can be demotivating at times, with cold weather and dark nights putting many off of going to the gym or for a run. magazine.co.uk blogger network member Beki from Miss Wheezy shares her winter fitness motivation tips, inspired by her subscriptions to Womens Running and Outdoor Fitness magazines.

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The importance of glute exercises for runners

To be a better runner and improve your form, you need to exercise holistically. Anna from Anna the Apple explains how Women’s Health magazine helped her discover how important glute exercises were to her running form and performance.

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