Monthly Archives: September 2012

Running Form (and Sore Calves!)

Tuesday’s track session was interesting. Very interesting. Over the next 5 or 6 weeks a guest coach from Tri4U will be leading the sessions. Tuesday was the first time and we were introduced to Barry Jameson. We were shown some … Continue reading

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Great North Run: Recovery Week….

Often after a big, ‘target’ race, I feel a sense of sadness that it’s over. However, luckily, this hasn’t happened after the Great North Run. I think it’s mainly due to the fact that another run that I look forward … Continue reading

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Get Fit, Feel Epic Week 4

  Another week has flown by and so it’s time to reflect on my goals and assess my progress. To begin with, I completed this week’s challenge which was a home work out. The workout:  3 rounds for time (time … Continue reading

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The Great North Run 2012: What a Way to Spend My Birthday!!!

The girls were staying at Grandma, Grandad and Auntie Karen’s and so it was only ourselves to sort out when we awoke bleary eyed at 5am on Sunday morning. I forced myself to eat a bowl of cereal before heading … Continue reading

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Get Fit, Feel Epic Week 3

  I really can’t believe this is week 3 already! the time is really flying at the moment and so it does feel a real battle sometimes to fit everything I want to do into my busy schedule! Anyway, I’ll … Continue reading

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Get Fit, Feel Epic Week 2

  So, we’ve entered the second week of the Get Fit, Feel Epic challenge. Despite a terrible run on Saturday where I struggled to do 3 and a half miles, I’m still clinging on to my motivation! I’ve found the … Continue reading

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Well, Hello there Motivation!

While I’ve been loving my running at the moment, it’s come at the expense of other exercises that, although I may not enjoy them as much, are critical to my overall development as a runner. They’re also essential if I … Continue reading

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