Sometimes the weather contrives to help deliver your best performances when you least expect it. That kinda sums up my week really! My week in numbers: Monday: Walk & Jog with clients Tuesday: Mobility Wednesday: 5 miles Thursday : Rest Friday: Rest Saturday: parkrun & 1.5 mile cooldown Sunday: 16 miles Total miles: 25.6 Monday… Continue reading Week In Review 11/52 – Mini Beast Says Hi!
It was the best way to spend the end of the perfect training week, to go and celebrate my Mum on Mothers Day. I couldn't physically visit her and take her out for a cup of tea and scone somewhere as she left us in 2015 to make sure Dad was behaving himself upstairs and… Continue reading Week in Review 10/52 – Thanks Mum
Well, I've had a great week of training, snow joke! The weather took a turn for the worse as we encountered the Beast From The East but I ploughed on regardless to complete all my sessions. I wasn't going to flake out of any of them! I showed a lot of grit and determination to… Continue reading Week 9/52 – Fun In The Snow
As I look back on the week gone by, I thought I’d look back on the month at the same time. Kill two birds and all that! First of all, here’s this week’s tally: Monday - Rest/Mobility Tuesday - 5 miles run, 6.3 miles cycle Wednesday - Thursday - 12 x 600m form drills… Continue reading Week 8/52 – February Review
We can often go through periods in training where we don't seem to be seeing much in the way of progress but then all of a sudden, a glimpse of light appears at the end of tunnel. All because of a run that I didn't do. That would describe my week. My Week In Detail:… Continue reading Week 7/52 – Turning A Corner
In last week's post, I spoke about being careful about feeling down about not being where we should be or doing as much as others around us. I also think we should be careful about beating ourselves up over certain performances as we never know what's around the corner. Just because one run or one… Continue reading Week In Review 6/52 – Eat, Sleep, Move, Repeat
We should never be overly concerned about our perceived lack of training as either we're comparing ourselves to someone who's doing much more than us (probably always has done) or to this mystical place where we should be around now or perhaps where we were this time last year. Firstly, our situation is just a… Continue reading Week 5/52