Monthly Archives: March 2017

100 miles for March

I’ve never claimed to be normal, and when I came across this last night, I liked it. 😉 Anyway, on with my 100 mile a month challenge and in March I managed to fit the miles in a bit better, … Continue reading

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You never know what tomorrow will bring

If you don’t like the personal bits of my blog, stop reading here… 🙂 I feel a bit odd this weekend. The first sunny weekend in the year, the clocks have gone forward and Spring seems to have sprung. And … Continue reading

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Who can change your life?

Who can help you change your life for the better? Whether it be with little small changes in what you eat and do daily, or big changes like the path your career or life takes. What’s the answer? The key … Continue reading

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100 miles a month (and graphs!)

I like graphs. It might be sad to admit, but I do. I like how my running makes graphs in Garmin, and other apps. Look at this graph from my friend Grant from Wick who ran 10k a day for … Continue reading

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Loch Katrine 10k!

On Sunday I ran at my first event of the year – the Loch Katrine 10k. A very well organised, simple and friendly little event, which has a 10k, half marathon and marathon route, out along Loch Katrine and back. … Continue reading

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Activity vs Weight

I’ve read the book Diet Cults by Matt Fitzgerald and a part of it stuck out to me… namely … 3 things that people who lost weight and kept it off had in common (in a study done in America): … Continue reading

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Wk9 into Wk10

6 miles running this morning in tropical 10’C 🌴 ☀️ conditions! Shorts on for the first time in a while up here (London last week didn’t count). Avg HR 148, nice and steady. Last week I did alternate days running, … Continue reading

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