Nike Pegasus 36 – The first 100 Miles

The Nike Pegasus has been updated to the 37 – and that means the 36 can be found at some bargain prices. But is it any good? I’ve given this blue pair a run around for a couple of weeks, clocking up 100+ miles, so thought I would give my feedback. Fit As with theContinue reading “Nike Pegasus 36 – The first 100 Miles”

Inov8 Roclite 300

The first 100 miles “““““““““`It’s mid June and I’ve now crossed through the first 100 miles in the Roclite 300. 113 miles to be precise. So far the feedback has been good. The shoes were instantly comfortable. Inov8 shoes have 5 width sizes and the Roclite 300 is a size 3, or ‘average’ width IContinue reading “Inov8 Roclite 300”

Staying in? Some top documentaries and films about running that are worth a look 👍

Follow the link below to a great collection of documentaries and short films about some of the most amazing runners and endurance events you could imagine. Some great entertainment if you are finding yourself locked up inside for one reason or another!! http://www.runnersworld.com/runners-stories/a20856267/the-best-running-documentaries/

Enough shoe reviews to make anyone happy in 2020

If you want to have some help finding the right selection of shoes for all the different types of running you could imagine then there’s a good chance that this link might just give you what you need http://www.runnersworld.com/uk/gear/shoes/a776671/best-running-shoes/

The benefits of trail running

I am a massive fan of trail running and this explains some of those reasons that trail running is a great past time. http://www.thefitnesstribe.com/benefits-of-trail-running/

Working out how to run in snow and ice

My morning run was the first of the season to begin feeling like Bambi on ice. It can be a tricky challenge to run in freezing conditions and there’s obviously the risk of slips and falls which can cause big problems. This article is a good bit of reading for those of you wanting toContinue reading “Working out how to run in snow and ice”

Worlds best marathons ?

If running 26 miles isn’t enough and you fancy travelling around the world to get there then this list might be interesting to you. http://www.runnersworld.com/races-places/a29429048/worlds-best-marathons

National Park trail runs

With so many national parks in the UK there must be some amazing runs out there just waiting for you to find them. This link has some great suggestions with links to run routes in many cases. Great all year round just make sure you have the right footwear 👍 nationalparks.uk/visiting/outdoor-activities/walking/trail-running

British alternatives to London for those who missed out for the capital marathon – runbritain

Great little article with a whole host of ideas for a spring Marathon if, like many, you missed out on the London Marathon ballot British alternatives to London for those who missed out for the capital marathon – runbritain — Read on http://www.runbritain.com/news/british-alternatives-to-london-if-you-missed-out-for-the-capital-marathon

Fuelling for marathon success

If you have no idea what to do in the final days before a marathon when it comes to eating – what, when and how much – then this article might have some useful guidance. http://www.runnersworld.com/nutrition-weight-loss/a20785351/what-to-eat-the-week-of-a-marathon