2021 will see my taking on my first 100 mile race. I’m keeping a training blog until race day. Follow my ups and downs, challenges and successes and come along on the journey with me.
It’s not new but it really is a life saver for many people. Running can be a really effect way to manage mental health conditions. This is worth a read. 👍 http://www.runnersworld.com/health-injuries/a18807336/running-anxiety-depression/
Want to run an ultra marathon? In 16 weeks, this training plan will get you ready to run 50 miles. — Read on http://www.runnersworld.com/uk/training/ultra/a774983/16-week-50-mile-ultra-marathon-training-schedule/
2020 will be the first time I aim to beat 3:30 in a marathon. I have a target time, I have a planned race and I have training plan. Let the journey begin!!
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/
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/
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/
2020 has begun and before you can even get to the end of Auld Lang Syne the first month of the year is already coming to a conclusion. January has raced by for me. Busy at work, busy home life as ever and a new approach for me to my running. Goals January saw theContinue reading “January 2020 Training Update”
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”
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