For the last few years I've set myself a goal of doing a certain number of events, or getting a certain time at an event. This... No, last year I set myself the goal of getting 10 medals and a half marathon time under 2 hours. I succeeded with the 10 medals, sub 2 hours… Continue reading Running Goals for 2020
If you're in the UK, you've probably noticed that the weather hasn't been great recently. The sun hasn't been out for less and less hours, making both morning and evening runs a little less pleasant, and the sofa or bed a lot more appetising. If dark running isn't your thing though, it might be time to switch over to treadmill running until the sessions start to change again. I've been slowly incorporating more and more treadmill sessions into my plan, and I'm not hating it as much as I thought I would. Here's a few sessions that you can do to help decrease your treadmill dread.
There's a few weeks left of the year, and so for many runners there probably aren't any races that you're gearing up for. If there is, well done! I for one am only racing with myself in these coming weeks, especially as the races around my way are very much now turning to fun run events. If you're like me then, you may feel it's too early to start training for your next big race a the start of next year but don't want to loose the momentum of training that you've currently got into. So what should you do? The best answer is base training. Follow the blog post to find out more about base training.
Most of us will want to get faster and many of us runners have taken part in Parkrun. Why not put these two together and try and get a better Parkrun time. Here's some easy tips that won't means months training.
Fitting in runs when you travel for meeting, events, etc. Can be pretty tough, but it can also be really rewarding. In this blog I go through why I enjoy taking the time out of busy schedules to run, and some practical tips for how you can too.