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Charlie Matthews - Rugby Union
Charlie Matthews is an exciting, talented Rugby Union Player for Harlequins and England Saxons. At 6ft 8in and 18st, Charlie is an imposing Second-Row with the ability to succeed at the very highest level.  Like our co-founders, Richard and Jamie, Charlie is...

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Jess Coulson - Athletics
We are proud to have British Athletics International Athlete, Jess Coulson, as a brand ambassador for Runderwear. Jess has recently finished 3rd in the British Half Marathon Championships in 71:36.  This superb effort has qualified her to run for Team GB in next...

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The Art of being a Pacemaker
I’ve never been one for number watching. My PBs are simple rewards for gradually becoming a better runner. I’ll run on feel, rather than tirelessly calculating splits and squeezing seconds out of miles. I collect stories, friends and photos rather than smaller...

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Marathon des Sables Review
  During this years Marathon Des Sables, Susie Chan decided to use Runderwear.  This is how she got on: Running 156 miles through the Sahara desert in the Marathon des Sables, you need to carry everything you need to eat, sleep and...

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Armed Forces underwear
In every exhibition or race we attend with our Runderwear team we meet members of the armed forces with problems.  Servicemen and women all over tell us about their issues with chaffing, and it isn't difficult to see why. Firstly training in...

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Girls, Glamour and being a runner.
  Girls, it’s time to drag out your dresses and hunt for your heels, we’re well and truly into wedding season. As someone who lives her life in trainers, though, this is a bit of a problem. Dressing for my cousin’s wedding...

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Don't stick with what you know.
  Know your local loop like the back of your hand? Reckon you could bash out a local 5k with your eyes closed? Keep track of your mileage with familiar landmarks? You should get lost.   Running should be a joy, a...

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A Simple Hello.
I was cautiously fresh from injury with my first half marathon on the horizon. I’d woken up early to enjoy the sunrise on the coast and attempt a long, (fingers crossed) pain free run during a weekend away. Half an hour later,...

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How Naked is Too Naked?
It’s hot.   The type of hot that could melt the rubber off your shoes or dry your mouth out in an instant and the smell of tarmac bubbling in the heat fills the air. You didn’t think about the summer training...

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Why I love Half Marathons
It’s a fresh season of half marathon running. Half marathons are so much more manageable than marathon running. At half the distance it slots in with running your own business. I feel it is conducive to good performance in the office, a...

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History of Sports Nutrition
During the 1980's the world was introduced to a concept which became known as Sports Nutrition.  With health shops full of Supplements and magazines giving you all kinds of advice its hard to think that its only 30 years since the first...

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Training with Music.  Should you?
Training with music.  A lot of runners, sports people and gym-goers wouldn’t dream of leaving the house without their trusted companion – the headphones.  But does training with music help or is it a hindrance?  Should running with music be banned in all races? ...

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Exeter City Football Club
  We are pleased to announce that Exeter City Football Club are now wearing Runderwear to help them with their performance.  Runderwear helps Football Players perform better through increased breathability, enhanced comfort and seamless technology to help movement.  Exeter City are a...

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Review - Outdoor Kinetics
  Andrew at Outdoor Kinetics has kindly reviewed our Runderwear Mens Boxer through his blog.  If you would like to include Runderwear within your blog please get in touch - we would love to hear from you. http://outdoorkinetics.co.uk/runderwear-boxer-short-review/

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The Art of the Sunday Run.
The Sunday Run is a staple in all runners diets.  As a runner growing up I was immediately introduced to the mythical activity of the Sunday Run!  Some weeks were longer than others but every Sunday morning I would meet my training...

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