The Guardian | Monday 05, August 2013
Cross-training options like swimming, cycling or walking can be a healthy alternative while niggles or injuries are healing. But how do they measure up to pounding the pavement, and which is the best for recovering runners?
The Guardian | Wednesday 18, April 2012
Calculating how much water to drink during a marathon can seem daunting, with weight, sweat rate, exercise intensity, temperature and humidity to take into account. But there is a simpler way, says Sam Murphy: drinking when you're thirsty
The Financial Times | Saturday 05, September 2009
I don't quite know who - or what - persuaded me that running a marathon at 2000m altitude on a course which seems to consist only of vertiginous climbs and perilous descents was a good idea. But I signed up for the 2009 Swiss Alpine Marathon in Davos, trained like crazy and gave it my best. But was it good enough? Find out here...
The Huffington Post | Friday 30, March 2012
Marathon season is upon us, and first-timers and veteran runners alike will be searching for a performance edge. While the jury is still out on many alleged ergogenic aids, from chromium to creatine, there's one with an ever-increasing pile of evidence in its favour. Caffeine. Sam Murphy finds out more...
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