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- To be: Super Strong Lorn!
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- Who turned the sun on?
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- Wk20 – 10M Pollok Park Adventure
- Muscle for Life: Guide to IF
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- Enforced Rest & some Fasts & Runs
- Finally… an alarm clock I like!
- Trip to Edinburgh Zoo
- Wk20 – Today I ran a 4.3M adventure
- Eat healthy, don’t go on a ‘diet’
- Run an Adventure, for those who can’t.
- Jack’s Army painted Glasgow Green!
- I run because…
- Women’s 10k: 12th May 2013 – What a Day!
- Women’s 10k Day in Glasgow!
- Too tough for my Nike Fuel Band!
- 14 pairs of trainers!
- Make the days count
- Scary stuff – aspartame
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- We walked the WHW in 3 days!
- Be silly and ridiculous
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- Days 1 & 2 on WHW over
- One day…
- 1 week of egg n bacon breakfasts
- Free Bag Carry and 1st Hotel for Free!
- How can they tell I’m a runner?
- Improve to be better than I was
- Packing for the WHW walk
- Dust if you must
- Snow on top… snow gone!
- 5 ways to burn fat
- Health benefits of running
- Pain in the neck, foot and everything else!
- 24hr fast completed
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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Category Archives: Recovery
So, you’re training for a big event… a run, big walk or triathlon… 6 weeks into your 12 week training plan… and ‘PING’ something goes. You’re injured and you need to reassess your training and goals. I used to get … Continue reading
Yesterday’s workout in they gym must have worked: Today I have sore: arms (biceps, triceps, forearms), legs, back, bum, chest. All over. It’s a good kinda sore though, glad to be back in the gym. See my Super 8s Strength … Continue reading
This week has been a good recovery or taper week for me. Monday was a bank holiday where I did not much more than walk and eat. Tuesday I lay in in the morning and took Kaizen Runners at night. … Continue reading
I’ve been having protein milkshakes daily for the past few months or so. Most of them revolved around this recipe: Choconanna Protein Milkshake The idea of having protein milkshakes is as follows: Protein rich foods / snacks tend to satisfy … Continue reading
Do Use Compound Movements Compound exercises involve the movements of several joints. They allow for maximum muscle fibre and motor neuron recruitment. Don’t waste your time with isolation exercises. For 90% of fitness individuals, compound exercises will be all they … Continue reading
As regular readers of my blog will know, in May 2009, after a rather heavy drinking session (and after being sick 8 times the next day) I decided I’d had my last drink of alcohol. My friends 30th birthday party … Continue reading
Ha ha… after my upper body workout on Wednesday… my muscles are a bit sore. My arms, forearms and upper arms, my chest, shoulders and back. And so they should be: I was trying out lifting heavier weights for less … Continue reading
This post is quite apt, after last night I got around 11 hours sleep! That’s what bank holidays are for! Last night I really was tired, washed out, in need of a long rest, and I feel much better today. I’m … Continue reading
Rest and recovery is an essential part of any workout routine. Your after exercise recovery routine has a big impact on your fitness gains and sports performance and allows you to train much more effectively. It’s best practice to … Continue reading