Tag: Running coach

BAD RUNS HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE

We’ve all been there, a run that is a struggle from start to finish. Our legs feel like lead. Every step feels like it could be the last before tumbling to the ground in a heap. These are the runs where we prove to…

HOW TO FIND THE PERFECT RUNNING COACH FOR YOU

Having a running coach isn’t just for elite, Olympic level athletes.  Sure they all have coaches, but anyone can have a running coach; whether you are trying to hit a personal best, getting back into running after an injury or long break, you are…

4 FREE OR CHEAP CROSS TRAINING OPTIONS

If you follow me on Instagram you may know that I recently started a YouTube channel – I would love it if you popped on over to my channel and subscribed. Cross training doesn’t need to involve a gym membership or expensive specialised equipment. …

NEW TO RUNNING? HERE ARE MY TOP 5 THINGS YOU NEED TO GET STARTED

First things first, whether you ‘jog’, run intervals (that’s when you run for X number of minutes, walk for X number of minutes and repeat), or run continuously – you, my friend, are a runner! It can be overwhelming when starting running – you…

MY TOP 5 FAVOURITE PODCASTS

I started listening to podcasts about a year ago. I was struggling with my runs post Seawheeze, and a good friend told me to try listening to a podcast, as that’ll help take my mind off the struggle train I was on. And O-M-G,…

Ahh Seawheeze, how I love you so…

Seawheeze 2019 is just around the corner, how did that come round so fast! It doesn’t even feel like a year ago that I raced….and then got terribly injured! I was reminiscing about the race the other night while I was on a client…

5 TIPS FOR BUYING NEW RUNNERS

I am 50/50 when it comes to buying new runners – I am 50% excited to be getting new running gear, but 50% hate it as it’s a big decision; those trainers aren’t cheap and there are a lot to choose from! So, to…

GUEST BLOG #15 – Why do you run?

Hello, So here it is, the first ‘Why do you run’ guest blog of 2019. For a couple of months now I wasn’t sure if I would continue with this guest series in 2019 – but it ultimately turned into pure nosiness in that…