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Good Run Guide - The UK's Leading Independent Running Website Chislehurst Caves - - family things to do with kids in Chislehurst Chislehurst Caves is one of the few places left where you actually have your own guide to escort you around, no boring reading posters on the wall here! Things are explained to you, and you can ask questions if you don't understand something. No two tours are exactly the same, as each of the guides has their own unique style. Licensed Cafe open weekends and local school holidays serving Home cooked meals, Breakfasts, Lunches or just Tea and Cakes. Food freshly prepared on site. Anything from a pencil to a Dragon! Toilets including a disabled toilet are available in the reception area, remember there are none in the caves, you have been warned! Take the A222 between the A20 and the A21, at Chislehurst Railway Bridge, turn into Station Approach, and turn right at the end past the ïÿýBickley Armsïÿý and right again into Caveside Close.

5 Ways to Improve Your 5K Speed | Tips to Increase Your 5K Race Pace One of the primary goals among runners is to run faster. Whether yearning to spend less time running around the block or striving to be the best age-group runner in the area, most who put one foot in front of the other wish they could be a bit quicker. Here is a proven program to improve 5K speed. More: 3 Ways to Train for Your 5K Long Run Every two weeks, increase the length of your long run. Long runs improve your cardiovascular plumbing system so that you can better deliver blood to the exercising muscles and withdraw the waste more effectively. Walk breaks should be inserted from the beginning of each long one according to the chart at and in my book 5K/10K Running, which is available from that site. The Speed Workout The single component that most improves pace in races, according to my experience, is a weekly speed session. At the track, start with 4 to 6 x 400. Warm Up Prepare for the faster running with a thorough warm-up. More: Your Guide to Warm-Ups Cool Down

Rocky Mountain Dirt Running Running for Fitness BMI Calculator & Body Mass Index Calculator Use the BMI calculator below to determine your body mass index by inputting your height and weight. The BMI Calculator uses the following BMI formula: Weight (lb) / (Height (in))² x 703. CalculateReset *Results of the BMI Calculator are based on averages. Keep in mind that the BMI calculator may overestimate body fat in those with a muscular build. A BMI Calculator is designed to assess your relative fitness but it is NOT a calculation of body fat percentage. If your BMI is below 18.5: Your BMI is considered underweight. If your BMI is between 18.5-24.9: Congratulations! If your BMI is above 30: Your BMI is considered overweight.

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