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Have You Ever Learned How To Run?
26.2 miles is a long way to be alone with your thoughts and during the recent Copenhagen Marathon it was just me and them for most of the course. I wanted to share with you one of the things that … Continue reading
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Can I Run 26.2 Miles For Fun?
Paris Marathon in 9 days. Brighton Marathon in 23 days. And right now the last thing I feel like doing is running, let alone for 26.2 miles. It’s safe to say I really haven’t been committed to this training cycle. … Continue reading
Every Day Is A School Day (part 1)
It’s an old adage, that every day is a school day, but a true one. Even more so when you spend the day in a classroom, which is what I did last weekend as I started the Coach in Running … Continue reading
2015: A Year In Review
As is customary in the blogisphere, I’ve taken a little look back over what’s happened in 2015…and it’s a real mixed bag! January saw a great start to the year with a PB at the Almost Athletes organised Linda Franks … Continue reading
Posted in Adventure, Life, Running, Running, Training Tagged back pain, C25K, coaching, Cotswold Way, Edinburgh marathon, exercise, fitness, half marathon, injury, marathon, Motivation, New Forest, outdoor fitness, Personal best, running, Thunder Run, Torremolinos Half, track running, trail running, Trails in Motion, training, ultramarathon Leave a comment
Baby’s Got Back
You probably don’t know what your quadratus lumborum is, and you’ll be much happier if that remains the case. Lower back pain is the largest cause of work related absence in the industrialised world. 80% of people in the UK … Continue reading