I’ve mentioned before that I’ve been helping to lead a Learn to Run group this year. It’s a course organised by my running club and, during the winter I trained with England Athletics as a Leader in Running Fitness. We first went out on a cold night 10 or so weeks ago doing 4 sets … More Confidently Learning to Run
This week has been a good week because, last weekend was a good weekend. My running club was putting on their annual 10k race and for the first time I entered. I have volunteered and, I have run the course previously but not as part of the event. This year however as the start of … More Slow burn smug
It’s not always easy writing a blog every week, especially one where I try and draw some kind of life lesson or general observation about the world from running experiences. OK so some of my posts are about specifics such as Heart Rate training, pacing, marathons and injuries, but on the whole I like to … More Meh Bread and Butter
I may get into trouble for this blog. I have been meaning to write it for a while but what with marathon training and then the actual marathons it has been put on the back burner. Now with no impending races or another burning topic itching to escape my fingertips I can finally get to … More Vain, insecure and shallow.
Spring marathon season is over, and last Sunday was it’s grand finale. After Manchester and Brighton came London and, even though I put in for the ballot I didn’t get to run it. I did have a friend running, and running for a very specific target pace. So today I am going to be blogging … More London the other side of the start line.