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Lorn Pearson is a motivational and enthusiastic Running Coach and runner based in Glasgow. She has run all distances from short distances to 10ks, half marathons, marathons and ultra marathons and wants to inspire and help others to take up and enjoy running as much as she does.
Lorn posts lots of helpful tips and information on her blog and on her Facebook Page. She also teaches swimming, and enjoys being active in many other forms of exercise including strength work, circuits, high intensity interval training, spinfit, swimming, hiking and hill walking.
Lorn has a very positive, energetic and fun outlook on life and hopes to inspire and motivate others to take up exercise, be positive, believe in themselves and be the best they can be. :-)
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Monthly Archives: November 2011
Wednesday morning and I was ready for my first run since the long one on Saturday. Bellahouston was closed due to ‘Industrial Action’ so we missed our usual Circuits session and did our 5 mile run instead. It was pretty cold out when I … Continue reading
Tuesday night and I REALLY couldn’t be bothered to go swimming. There were so many excuses I’d made up: I worked a little late, and it would be 6pm before I got to the pool. I wanted my dinner. I … Continue reading
Whole body tired. Calves feel like bricks. Slightly stiff shoulders. Very hungry tummy. That’s how I feel today: my long run hangover continues. It’s two days after my long run on Saturday and I’m not actually too sore. But I’m … Continue reading
Courtesy of Vic Sharp at http://www.mistyriver.co.uk/ … I thought I’d share this photo with you: I ran all around this on Saturday. (Might I add it didn’t look a bit like that… it was windy, rainy and wet. Miserable! ).
The Alcohol Hangover The start of May 2009. The day after my best friend’s 30th birthday party. I was sick. So sick. Dry mouth. Thumping and hazy head. Watery eyes. I could probably still taste the vodka in my mouth … Continue reading
I’m going to make this short in bits but probably long all together. I hope you’ll like it. Today I ran my longest and perhaps hardest run yet: 33.33 miles around Glasgow in windy, wet horrible conditions. (It might have … Continue reading
> > Tough stuff!! > > >
I saw this on Debbie Martin-Cosani’s blog and thought it was good and worth sharing. It was created by Julie (her blog is good – take a look), self-confessed ‘watcher of the trails’ this is a lovely thought-provoking and inspiring … Continue reading
I thought I’d let you know about a new porridge I’m eating just now. It’s yummy and makes a change from the plain stuff I’m used to. This Alpen blueberry, cranberry and nuts porridge is really tasty. A little bit … Continue reading