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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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Today was my day off work, and I’d arranged to run with done of the girls who are running the Belfast Marathon for Brightest Star. I drove past my work on the way to Bella and felt a bit smug … Continue reading
Here’s our 17 mile training route for tomorrow. Up to Crow Road / Great Western Road, down through KelvinWay, Argyle St, Nithsdale Rd, Pollok Park, back to Bella. There’s a group of us running tomorrow and we’re all running. The … Continue reading
The other night I posted that I was going to run an 8.7M route I’d done on Friday, but run it a bit differently, and compare the differences. I’ve talked a bit about ‘fast’ and ‘slow’ running recently and why … Continue reading
It’s just over 9 weeks until the Glasgow Women’s 10k and I’m helping someone train for it, so I thought I’d share the training plan with you. It’s a 10 week plan, split into 2 x 5 week blocks: Weeks … Continue reading
On Friday I ran this route, 8.7 easy miles. I kept my HR, averaging 140 all the way around. I didn’t look at the time once, and finished in just under 79 mins, avg pace 9:04. The time / pace … Continue reading
Over the last 12 weeks or so I’ve taken three approaches to my training and food. I thought I’d share them and review them. The outcome or learning of the last 12 weeks is something I’ve always known: I should … Continue reading
So here’s the plan for the next 9 weeks before the Belfast marathon on 5th May: – 3-4 runs a week: easy, medium, long. – 1-2 strength sessions a week. – A swim if I fancy it. – 1-3 rest … Continue reading
Last week was good, plenty of running and plenty of rest. Early morning runs are key, and last week I was up very early two mornings to run. I ran 35 miles in total across 4 runs. Here’s what I … Continue reading
I got a lovely email from my Dad the other day – I’d been in touch with him about something over email and he replied… ‘I want you to download “For Baby” (bobbie) from Peter, Paul and Mary’s album “The very … Continue reading