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The reason why some people run every week, the reason why people go from non runner to the obsessed and the reason people drop other bad habits in life such as drinking too much alcohol. The reason is endorphins, technically called
An interesting thing I learnt from an exceptionally good athlete while I was at Loughborough University was the ability to know when to stop. When to take your foot off the gas.
The importance of wearing a heart rate monitor for this is essential. After a couple of months of wearing one you should be in tune with where your heart rate sits given a level of effort.
For me I know that...
Never before have I questioned the sanity of running. As I write this I am standing somewhere in a Californian desert town in the hills. It's 4.15am in the morning and I along with 1250 Americans are standing waiting to put ourselves through the pain of a half marathon. The half marathon is in my opinion a race of choice. You can make it hurt if you want to by pushing the boundaries of what your body can deal with or you can take it relatively easy. The marathon is just pain.I am on holiday travelling the coast of California with my wife...
On Sunday I ran the Richmond Half marathon organized by Ranlagh Harriers running club. I was in desperate need of clocking a good half marathon time before my impending stag trip to Las Vegas where I envisage fitness levels to wither away in the Nevada heat!A friend of mine had given me his place as he was no longer able to run. One mans loss was most certainly my gain. What an absolute gem of a half marathon. The
It's been a fair while since my last blog on running with the Kenyans. Since then one of my friends and compatriot Mo Farah gave them the runaround in East London this summer lighting up a nation along with the our other Olympic hero's.
I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to run in the Lewa Half marathon otherwise known as the Safaricom Full and Half marathon races.
Okay so I am a little biased on this one but wanted to share what goes into the making of an item such as a pair of shorts. For me the shorts
Mangoes taste great, naturally sweet and low calorie, a great alternative to a naughty chocolate brownie. But what other bang do you get for your buck with a mango...
I admit I did look at mapmyrun when looking at hotels. However that was after tripadvisor and booking.com so I hope I am not too bad a husband! The timing of