• How to guides
    Marathon Training Guide 2018: Week 1
    06 Sep 2018 / Damien Whinnery
    Whether you’re running in Boston or London, Paris or Rome, Sydney or Stockholm, Wiggle's exciting new series on the 26.2 mile test of endurance is here to help you fulfil your dream of running a marathon this year.
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    Preserving your running shoes
    24 Jul 2018
    Knowing how to tell when your running shoes are worn out and need replaced is vital to prevent injury and get the most out of your training. But as each runner has their own wear pattern, runs on different surfaces at different speeds and at different weights, there’s no easy answer for exactly when it’s time to make the change. Most...
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    6 easy ways to beat plastic pollution
    01 Jul 2018
    We love the outdoors. Whether it's the rush of adrenaline as you fly down-hill, the solitude of a hike in the woods, the clear-headedness you feel when you run, or the sheer beauty of the rolling waves. The outdoors is our playground. We live in a beautiful world and it's up to us to keep it that way. Around the world, people are becoming...
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    Salomon
    01 May 2018 / Damien Whinnery
    A urology specialist and long-distance trail running enthusiast has exploded many of the myths surrounding hydration during long endurance runs.
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    It’s time to shred – tips to help you make the cut
    27 Apr 2018
    For gym goers, cutting is the time for all that muscle mass you’ve earned during the year to have its moment in the sun.
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    How to keep your running fitness and motivation all year round
    17 May 2016
    What happens when you've run your marathon, finished your event, or achieved your season goal? How do you keep up that running fitness and motivation all year round? In this guide, our Run Marketing Manager reveals some 'Top Tips' for year-round motivation!
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    How to avoid gastrointestinal problems during races
    21 Apr 2016
    In this guide, nutritional experts from PowerBar tell us how to avoid stomach problems during races. GI (gastrointestinal) problems are common for marathon runners, long distance cyclists and triathletes; but there are ways to reduce GI, or elimitate it, with the correct nutrition approach. We find out more...
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    Simple kinesiology tape applications, for running and cycling
    08 Apr 2016 / Tom Heyes
    A lot of folks involved in kinesiology taping will tell you that tape should only be applied by a super-special, highly-trained, Jedi tape ninja... (actual title may vary). They discourage athletes from attempting to self-tape. However, Paul Coker - a physiotherapist, tape instructor, and RockTape director doesn't fully agree; so here is his advice on how to get started yourself!
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    image of man trail running
    23 Jun 2015
    Trail running has something for everybody, whether you like to run short or long distances, stay on the flat or head up hills. You go as far as you want, too – even race distances range from 3K to 100K. We’ve teamed up with the pros at Gore Running Wear to offer some tips on how to get started.
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    image of runner flexing their foot
    18 Jun 2015
    Wiggle's Sara Bailey demonstrates how a simple wet foot test can tell you a great deal about your foot type. By learning more about whether you have flat or high arches, you shall be better equipped when deciding what running shoe is best suited for your foot,

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