Monthly Archives: July 2016

Wk30 into Wk31

Last week went well until the weekend came. I was still on a roll, feeling good and getting my training in well. 4 runs (nearly 22 miles), 2 x25 min HIIT sessions and a couple of strength sessions. I did … Continue reading

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Elephants with me all the time

Those who know me or follow this blog, may know why I like elephants so much, and know that every now and then I drop one in memory of my Granny (see more here: https://lornpearsontrains.co.uk/2014/10/13/1-elephant-dropped-2-more-bought/ ) It all started with … Continue reading

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Withings Weight & Body Fat readings

I’ve been using my Withings body analyser scales since the end of 2012, and I really like them. They give really good readings, and they all sync via Bluetooth to the my Withings app, which is cool and simple. Since … Continue reading

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Wk29 into Wk30

Last week I started using my ‘Action Diary’ throughout the week to help me keep a track on what I’d planned to do and what I did. I git loads done, and even looked at my long term goals and … Continue reading

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Back on it all!

There’s nothing like spending a week visiting your Dad in a cardiothoracic ward, to make you realise that you’re really fit and healthy and you should be very grateful for everything you have. That’s what I spent last week doing, … Continue reading

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10M long run Ellon wi Jen & Glynis

I was up early today, and did my early miracle morning routine, then left my Dad’s so that I got to the station hotel in Ellon for just before 830am. It was nice to drive thru Aberdeen city centre first … Continue reading

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Wk28 into Wk29

I’m at the end of three weeks off work and so much has happened in those last three weeks. 10 nights in Toronto and all of the fun and sight seeing we did. No running whilst I was there, but … Continue reading

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