The latest issue of TR mag, on sale 3 Nov, is all about getting strong and powerful this winter. There’s our ultimate strength guide from pro runners like Tom Owens, Joe Symonds, Jon Albon and Jasmin Paris, plus her top 6 moves for extreme stamina. Then we review 7 protein recovery bars – one’s our strangest yet, made from cricket powder, billed as a more sustainable, eco-friendly source. See if you like it… We’ll keep you inspired to keep running outside this winter, with our 21 expert motivational tips and smashing routes in Surrey, Cambridgeshire, the Peak District, Wales, Dorset and Scotland. See if you dare do a night race with our special feature, and get kitted out for dark, wintery trails with our huge selection of gear tests, from headtorches to backpacks and trail shoes to socks. Mountain running legend Angela Mudge reveals how to cope with injury and tackle hills head on, and if you are injured, you need expert Nik Cook’s guide to rehab with a cross-training plans to keep you fit while you’re out from running. Then choose your next goal from over 100 trail races, with reports from three of the best. Prepare to be inspired, lace up your trail shoes, get outdoors and have your biggest adventure yet with Trail Running magazine this winter.
The Oct/Nov16 issue of TR mag, on sale 1 Sept, comes with an EXTRA magazine packed full of training plans from 1mile to 10k, marathon to ultra and beyond! The main mag is brimming full of inspirational trail running destinations from London and Nottinghamshire to Wales and Scotland, plus all the training and nutrition advice you need to up your stamina before the clocks go back. Trail Running World Champ 2013 Ricky Lightfoot reveals how to fit in running around a busy family, Marathon Training book author Nik Cook reveals training plans for your first or fastest 10k and sports dietitian Renee McGregor reveals the truth behind juicing for runners. Trail Running magazine reviews more gear than any other running mag, and this issue is no exception, with 20 compression leggings for men and women reviewed, 10 of the best trail shoes that will see you through winter, 10 long sleeved baselayers and the perfect set of kit for an obstacle race. Choose from over 100 trail races, with reports from three of the best. Prepare to be inspired, lace up your trail shoes, get outdoors and have your biggest adventure yet with Trail Running magazine.
You want to get fit quick this summer don’t you? Who wouldn’t? So pick up Trail Running mag’s latest issue, packed with inspiring, fun ways to get fit and healthy in the great outdoors:
Trail Running, the UK’s only magazine dedicated to getting you fitter, faster and dirtier in the beautiful British countryside. This issue (on sale 12 May) we reveal the 50 best overseas races in a 36-page extra magazine. Inside the main mag we have over 200 of the best off-road races listed, plus how to get 126% more from your muscles with sheer mind power and coach yourself faster with the latest GPS watch technology. Trail running is the perfect sport for every decade, so find out how to make the most of your body and brains whatever your age with the expert training advice and enter our competition to win over £1000 new Salomon running kit and £1000 worth Camelbak hydration packs. Read our essential guide to your dream race, the 108-mile Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc, choose the best race wear from our shoe guide, jackets test and super lightweight kit review. Learn how to hydrate yourself on a race and discover the most valuable lessons you can learn from not finishing a race.
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FOOD SPECIAL! Dietician and sports nutritionist Renee McGregor reviews 15 recipes from top trail runners
Mammut athlete Helen Bonsor shows beginners how to get off-road in 3 easy steps, and if you already run off-road, a Mammut backpack is up for grabs for the reader who persuades the most people to turn to trails!
Train for a 100k race with top celeb coach Rory Coleman who trained BBC Radio 2 sports reporter Vassos Alexander for our featured event, Race to the Stones
Please note, we are experiencing longer than normal delivery times, especially with overseas orders, as the postal service Christmas rush has begun.