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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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Tag Archives: running
Do you have a role model? Have you ever had a role model? Someone you look up to – someone you admire or who inspires you to become a different or better person? From the parent who worked hard and … Continue reading
I’ve created an 8 week training plan for the 10k distance. It has been designed so that you can put any date of a 10k event in and it will generate two 8 week training plans. There are two versions … Continue reading
I was a bit surprised in the gym the other morning when my other gym regular, a man in his 50s told me that he ‘runs in the dark evenings out of vanity’. He’s a healthy weight, fit, opinionated, confident … Continue reading
I’m planning this with the Kaizen Runners at Kaizen Run Club tonight….100m, 200m, 300m & 400m sprints with recoveries / active recoveries: Sprint Pyramids and Power Blasts! 5 min warm up 4 x 100m 3 x 200m 2 x 300m … Continue reading
Why not sign up to Kaizen Active’s Zero to 5k Running course? 6 weeks to get you up and running 5k.
A friend of mine who has been running for about 3 years now and really got the running bug, asked me for some advice on how to get faster and I thought I’d put it on here, see if it … Continue reading
Are you a ‘fair weather’ runner? Do you start running then let it fall by the way side in favour of something else? Here’s how to stick with your running routine all year long. It happens to even the most … Continue reading
Here’s a wee 10 mile route I’m planning to run with Ross tomorrow morning. :-) 10M from Gorbals
Thursday night and I wasn’t dreading the hour of speedwork I had planned. Although I had felt a bit of a niggle on the outside of my right calf, so I wondered if I should be doing it at all. … Continue reading