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With the summer nearly here, plenty of you will have signed up to take part in a marathon, run or race for the coming summer. But to do well in these sporting activities, one must undertake plenty of training beforehand. The more hours you spend in training for your run, the more successful you will be at your event. Training can be undertaken in many ways when it comes to running. The gym is the most common place you will find runners or race applicants, especially this time of the year when the weather is still on the rubbish side. But more towards the spring and summer you will find more people heading outdoors for their training sessions. But you could also train in the comfort of your own home. If you are new to running or are a bit of a beginner when it comes to exercise, practising in your home will be a comfort to many. When you first start out running, you wont be an athlete straight away. Having time to practise in private is a great way to improve your running and increase your confidence before heading outdoors or into the gym. Home gym equipment is the best way to train in your home. Treadmills and running machines are pretty simple to set up and install so you can be running in no time. There are plenty of brands you could choose from that are ideal for this. Reebok, V-Fit and Nordic Track treadmills are just a few of the names associated with high quality fitness equipment. http://www.treadmillfitness.co.uk/ offer a range of branded treadmills for runners. If you have signed up to take part in a race, marathon or fun run, then now is the time to start training. Practising in your home, then starting in the gym and heading outdoors in the nicer weather is a great plan to stick to. Hopefully you will do well in whatever race you are taking part in. running fitness