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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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I met Fit Girl on Thursday night and ran around her usual flat 4 mile route around the Clyde with her, then I added on a few miles on my own. Fit Girl is coming back from injury (IT Band) … Continue reading
Wednesday night after work I went for a walk along the Clyde with FG before it got dark. We won’t be able to do it as of next week so we took the opportunity whilst we could. There was a heavy downpour at … Continue reading
Monday morning and I was adamant I was getting up to do a run as planned. The idea was for me to do 7 miles, with every even mile being as fast as I could run. I hate the thought … Continue reading
On Sunday I’d arranged to go on the Waverley Steam boat with my Dad and step Mum. This is where I booked my ticket: http://www.waverleyexcursions.co.uk/ My Dad first went on the Waverley when he was about 12. His family took … Continue reading
As you probably know, 8 weeks ago I entered the Clyde Stride, my first attempt at an ultra marathon distance. I’d run a few marathon distances and honestly thought I would be ok to train for the Clyde Stride in … Continue reading
The plan for Wednesday’s run was to try to run up to 5 miles and see if I experienced any pain in my knee/IT band. I had run 1.5 miles on Monday night on the treadmill (13.5 minutes) and hadn’t … Continue reading
With family commitments and things getting in the way I’m having to amend my training a little… this week I’ll have run 3 times, totalling 46 miles. I took today off after a hard run yesterday and towards the end … Continue reading
Wednesday night after work and I’d plan to run straight from work for maybe an hour or so. The waether had been heavy rain showers on and off all day, so I was hoping I would avoid any imminent shower. … Continue reading
I read this article which has a few good pointers in it for running your first ultramarathon. Today I’m going to look at: Specificity of Training After the long run, the most important aspect in training for an ultramarathon is … Continue reading