Day Five of #Juneathon – Jane Fonda leg-attack and yoga
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Day Five of #Juneathon – Jane Fonda leg-attack …

Tonight’s escapades involved lots of pain and concentration, followed by an hour of deep stretching and relaxation. After yesterday’s day from hell  I woke up shattered and emotionally drained but looked forward to this evening as I knew I would feel…

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When running eases the pain – Day Four of #Juneathon
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When running eases the pain – Day Four …

Sometimes running is like therapy. It makes everything better, if only for a moment. I’m not really in the mood to write this post – I’ve had the most horrendous day in the world ever. It started with a phone…

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Day Three of #Juneathon – Tribesports Challenges
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Day Three of #Juneathon – Tribesports Challenges

Working in social media and being addicted to the Internet you can imagine my pleasure at finding a social network purely dedicated to fitness. I’ve been boring people on Facebook and Twitter for ages with my escapades, so it seems…

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Day Two of Juneathon – a second painful flirtation with interval training
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Day Two of Juneathon – a second painful …

I thought I’d go for a nice easy run this evening, with a couple of faster intervals thrown in to keep me on my toes. I’m on a quest to get faster and step out of my comfort zone in…

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Day One of Juneathon – Parkrun Diaries #2
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Day One of Juneathon – Parkrun Diaries #2

There are two events every year which make June awesome – Glastonbury, and the boy’s birthday (he’s a triplet, and birthdays are *ALWAYS* a big family thing). Now there’s another – Juneathon. I’ve signed up to join hundreds of others…

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