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

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

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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Part 2 – Plodding my way round two half marathons

Part 2 – Plodding my way round two half …

After my epic plodding for the South Coast Run last August, (the latter stages of which involved some first-class dodging of mothers with prams and overweight balding men wondering aimlessly across the course), I decided I wanted to run/plod a…

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HIIT is the S-HIIT! And yoga isn’t bollocks, it’s lovely

HIIT is the S-HIIT! And yoga isn’…

I don’t like to do things by halves. I’m not one of those pristine-perfect people who waltzes into the gym in full make-up, magazine in-hand, and props it up delicately on the cross trainer only to faff about at less…

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Plodding my way round two half marathons (Part 1)

Plodding my way round two half marathons (…

Running doesn’t come naturally to me. I’m not blessed with the longest of limbs: at 4ft9, I’m shorter than most 10 year olds and have short, stumpy legs. Personally, I’m blaming the parents, it’s obviously *nothing* to do with the…

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