Tick Tock on the Clock but the party don't stop... daylight savings are here! And what better way to celebrate spring on the way with a race, right! I chose to wake up an hour earlier and do the Clock Change Challenge 10k, which I felt was only right considering I'd done the autumn version… Continue reading Half Marathon Training | Week 9 | Diary of an Injured Runner
We've all been there. You're listening to that power song while doing the most difficult workout of your life and you feel like Rocky and Superman combined. You can take on the whole world... or can you? These days, more and more road races do not permit you to listen to music and you can… Continue reading Should You Workout With Music?
I'm up to week 5 already! This time last year I'd done my longest ever training run of 10 miles and I felt great! Fast forward a year and I'm nowhere near running 10 miles and my half marathon is just over 6 weeks away (insert tears to blog post). But I have had a… Continue reading Half Marathon Training | Week 5 | Diary of an injured runner
This course is fast and flat, perfect for a PB with an out and back route along quiet country lanes. About the race When: - Sunday 29 October 2017 @ 11.00am Where: - Calne Leisure Centre, White Horse Way, Calne, Wiltshire, SN11 0SP Cost: - £15.00 unattached Organisers website: - www.riderhq.com Race Facts The Calne story begins AD 978… Continue reading Clock Change Challenge (2017)
Monday| Week 1 | Easy Run Back to it! I haven't run a race for over 2 months and have only gone out once or twice since then due to the flu. Plan was do 1 mile, which led to 2 and then 3 so I exceeded my target but this easy run wasn't easy!… Continue reading Half Marathon Training | Week 1 | Diary of an Injured Runner