Getting back on the wagon

Getting back on the wagon

I’ll be honest, I’ve not done much running since the marathon. Alright I’ve done bugger all, bar 15 minutes on the treadmill before yoga last week and a dodgy 6.5 miles the other day where I had to stop on…

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Run for what you believe in
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Run for what you believe in

There are so many reasons to run a marathon, or get into running at all. To prove to others and yourself that you can do it, to lose weight, get fit and strong, to build the physical and mental strength…

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Brighton Marathon: the journey of a lifetime

Brighton Marathon: the journey of a lifetime

It’s done. I can’t believe it’s done. The day I worked so hard for finally came. And then went, and left behind it a trail of post-race blues and the worst DOMS I have *ever* suffered from. My name’s Tess,…

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You are ready.

You are ready.

Someone shared this in the Mind Brighton and London Marathons Facebook group and I don’t think there’s anything I needed to hear more right now as I try and quiet my brain from telling me I’m not capable of running…

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Tess in Tapertown – approach with caution!

Tess in Tapertown – approach with caution!

Brighton Marathon!! I did it!! –>  Well hello there. It’s been a while, hasn’t it? I haven’t written in a while, I’ve been trying to do that thing called go to bed at a sensible hour. I’ve been mega busy…

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