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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: swimming
A little girl in my swimming lessons last night was saying to me… ‘I cannie do it, I cannie do it!’… I replied to her that ’cannie‘ isn’t a word, and that she can do it. She’s very cute. She came along … Continue reading
I put some new swim sessions on my blog recently, sessions based on the Total Immersion technique. I went in the pool last night to try them out, and think I got them kind of right, more work required though I … Continue reading
I’m going to use my Speedo Aquacoach watch for the first time in the pool tonight. The watch didn’t come with an instruction manual, you’re provided with a quick start guide on the inside of the box (so you have … Continue reading
Inspired by Terry Laughlin’s, Total Immersion: The Revolutionary Way to Swim Better, Faster and Easier I’ve got together a 2,500m swim session for myself. Here’s a description of the book: Even though swimming is the closest thing to a perfect exercise you can … Continue reading
Gill text me late last night to say she couldn’t make our run on Thursday morning, so I decided a lie in would be a good bet for me. Although I’ve only run once this week, I’m thinking it … Continue reading
Tuesday night and I got picked up from work and taken to Bella pool. The plan was to do Swim Session 11, then run home, taking a long route of about 7 miles. The swim went fine, I was concentrating … Continue reading
My blog has attracted a total of 18,000 hits since I started it last year! This October has been my busiest month so far with daily figures peaking at 232! (the day I changed/improved(?) the layout). Please let me know if there are any … Continue reading
Following on from my Teaching different levels of beginners how to swim, I thought I’d share some other points in relation to teaching swimming and how I provide motivation for those I teach. I’ve been teaching swimming for almost 10 … Continue reading
I know this isn’t to do with my ‘Training’ as such, but a swimming teacher asked the question of me recently: How do you teach a class of beginners to swim when there are two levels of beginners in the … Continue reading