Whoever you are, you need a running crew. This is why.
Anyone who's got or had the 'running bug' or gym bug or any other exercise related bug/addiction will know that when you get it, it's nearly all you want to do. For example, when I started running, not so many moons ago (though more than I think), I ran every single day. Every day, seeing... Continue Reading →
Don't do track? Yeah, me neither... until about 2 years ago, when I realised it was actually a pretty good way to get in a different kind of running workout, a good change of scene and actually works wonders on bringing your general pace up, no matter what you're training for. These days I'm not... Continue Reading →
The hottest conditions I have ever had to suffer whilst running are still ahead of me, with just over three weeks left in Barcelona and the temperature already absolutely soaring up into the 30s. I know that in England, or wherever you might be, it might not be as hot as it is here (or... Continue Reading →
As I write this, all I'm seeing across social media and all I'm hearing about is that summer in England has finally arrived. My favourite thing about this time of year is all the people who think, 'Ah, what a nice day for a run'. They then proceed to dig out their year 9 PE trainers, sprint... Continue Reading →
Finishing a race, finally achieving a goal you (perhaps ambitiously) set yourself months back, an unexpected PB... I imagine it's up there with one of the best feelings, and it tends to stick with you for a couple of days. But very quickly, if you're not too unlike me (I know I'm not the only one)... Continue Reading →
Whether you're running a marathon or your first 5k, you'll probably feel pretty anxious about it, whether it's about finishing or PBing or a niggly muscle that you're not sure about. Racing is a great thing to do, the feeling of accomplishment after you finish a race and the sense of community you'll most likely feel simply fab... Continue Reading →