I love running. I started running properly earlier in the year and quickly caught the bug. I began a running streak that lasted 34 days, did a few races, and caught the racing bug too. Then I got a bit overenthusiastic about beating a 10K PB and buggered my knees. In the end, I took… Continue reading Ankle Sprains and Sad Brains
I ran a mile every day for 34 days until yesterday. It was bittersweet. I feel proud that I did it, but disappointed that it ended. I'm excited to keep training for races and I hope I'll be onto another streak soon, but whether I do or don't, I feel good about what I've achieved.… Continue reading 34 Things I Learnt in 34 Days of Running
6 weeks ago, I decided to restart the Couch to 5K programme. I used to run regularly, but had rarely more than a mile in the past 2 years. When I started C25K again, I realised that I didn’t need to start at the beginning and was able to skip a few weeks. I started… Continue reading The Running Bug
Last week, Chris and I decided to go to our local park after dark and subject ourselves to an hour of military fitness. It was wet, cold and muddy, but we were bouncing and ready to go. As we put on our blue bibs (blue for beginner, red for intermediate and green for advcanced), Chris… Continue reading British Military Fitness
Just before the new year, Chris and I decided to start running. I started out at pretty much rock bottom as far as my fitness goes: I hadn't ever been this unfit. 18 months ago, I was the most physically fit I'd ever been. I was going to the gym, running, and/or doing bodyweight exercises… Continue reading Run.