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Running Blog No. 7

Running Blog No. 7

I did it!! The half marathon is over and done with and I came across the finish line in 2 hours 6 minutes and 30 seconds. Sir Mo was home with a cup of tea and his feet up by then having done it in 1.01:14. Running for the first time in (many) years I’ve…

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Running Blog 6

Running Blog 6

So this may well be my penultimate running blog, it’s less than a week to the half marathon and I’ve had a rather eventful past five weeks. I pulled a muscle in my lower back something I’ve never done before and something that was excruciatingly painful. Maybe it was from pounding the pavements, maybe it…

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Running Blog 5

Running Blog 5

So I completed my first 10k event on Sunday 13th January and I have to admit I thoroughly enjoyed it. Registering, collecting my race number and lining-up with hundreds of other competitors was a completely new experience for me but thankfully I saw a couple of clients who put me at ease. My husband had…

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Running Blog 4

Running Blog 4

My running app running coach Erin has now retired and I’m running alone, well not quite I still have Erin’s voice in my head occasionally saying ‘Strike the ground mid sole and underneath you’ ‘remember to keep those shoulders down and back’ and ‘you can do it, you know you can do it!’. So, I’m…

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Fascia

Fascia

Fascia is a layer of connective tissue that surrounds muscles, vessels, nerves and our organs holding them all together. On the surface fascia connects our skin to our muscles and our muscles together. This then forms a kinetic chain (our muscles have an effect on one another during movement). When one is in motion, it creates a chain of…

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New Year New You?

New Year New You?

You’ve decided it’s time to start getting healthy whether it’s exercising or just healthy eating. Congratulations! You’ve taken the first step on your way to a new and improved body and mind. This doesn’t necessarily mean following a strict, time-consuming regime at the gym, or drinking protein shakes and consuming salad leaves, so let’s look…

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Running Blog 3

Running Blog 3

So my training is on schedule and I’ve entered us – me & my husband (shhh he doesn’t know yet) into a 10k in January. I’ve done a couple of sessions on the exercise bike over the last week due to heavy rain, yes I know some of you runners out there are thinking ‘rain…

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Running Blog – second instalment!

Running Blog – second instalment!

Well I’ve just started my third week with Erin my Asics running coach courtesy ofthe Runkeeper app. I completed my first week of workouts quite positive but still not really enjoying my runs. I showed up every day, which really pleased Erin, but my mojo still hadn’t returned and it still felt like a hard slog. I began to think that maybe running wasn’t for…

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Even the Longest Journey begins with one step

Even the Longest Journey begins with one step

Today marks the reawakening of my long-dormant running mojo. When I was younger a bout of Osgood-Schlatter disease limited me to sprinting. As an adult, although I have participated in Wolf Runs, Twilight Runs and Fun Runs I have never ran for fitness or pleasure. I am more of a walker; I have done the…

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