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Damian Hall and Nicky Spinks running in the Welsh mountains

Make your shoes last longer and become a greener runner 

As runners, we can all make a difference when it comes to caring for the environment

Katarina Johnson-Thompson and a young athlete

I spent the day training with Katarina Johnson-Thompson

KJT is back on the top of the world thanks to her family, friends and her ability to be positive despite a string of setbacks.

Women having coffee

Are you suffering from the “self-care gap?”

Are you one of the women who only has five hours of “me-time” a week? A survey exposes the midlife squeeze, so what can we do about it?

Man on exercise bike doing cardio

Which should come first – cardio or weights?

Should you do your cardio exercises first, or lift those weights? It depends on what your goals are – as we explain

Lady learning how to use dumbbells

Start getting stronger: find out how to use dumbbells at home

Are you wondering how to use dumbbells? We have the complete guide including what types of dumbbells there are and what to do with them.

Trail ultra-runner in mountains walking with poles.

How to enter the world of trail ultra-running as an older athlete

The secret to being a successful trail ultra-runner as you get older includes a lot of walking and eating.

A group of used running shoes in a pile

How to choose the best shoes for running

Expert advice to steer you through the complex world of choosing the right running shoes for you

Screenshots form the revamped Fitbit app.
Fitness apps

The redesigned Fitbit app is on its way – here’s what’s new

The updated app, first announced back in August, is finally being rolled out. And it promises to be easier to use.

Weight gain in menopause

Weight gain in menopause: why it happens and what can be done about it 

Weight gain in menopause is frustrating, but we have the tips you need to keep healthy.

Paul Parkin back running after a heart attack

“I had a heart attack while out running – but I’ve since run a marathon”

When Paul Parkin had severe pains in his left arm and chest towards the end of a run, he knew he was suffering a heart attack. Here, he tells of his remarkable recovery.