Monthly Archives: February 2019

£1.50 a month…

£1.50 a month. It doesn’t sound a lot does it? I don’t have kids myself, but I put £1.50 a month into the accounts of some kids who are special to me. I started it when my oldest niece was … Continue reading

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Wk7 into Wk8 / pain in the neck

Last week I had a good level of activity and some good sleeps too. I still woke up early a couple of mornings but managed to get back this sleep and I had some good sleeps this weekend. Last week … Continue reading

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Fortunate at the BBC

This week I feel very fortunate to work at such a great organisation – the BBC. I know some people have their own strong views about the BBC, but I’m happy and proud to say that I f*%&ing love the … Continue reading

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It’s never too late…

Today I met a lovely lady called and had an initial coaching session with her. The lady is 70 at the end of June, and ask for some advice to see if I could help. She’s run in the past, … Continue reading

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Dealing with injury in marathon training

One of my coaching clients has a knee injury… about 10 weeks before the London marathon. She’s thinking about it and taking the action that’s best, and tonight she did a good challenging interval session on my spin bike. She … Continue reading

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Wk6 into Wk7

Last week I didn’t manage to fit in any strength training through the week. A rather hectic couple of days at work on the Monday Tuesday, and then I didn’t pack my kettlebell or weights when going up to Aberdeen. … Continue reading

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Kite flying family fun

My Dad always told this story about how he made himself a kite when he was young. He got a piece of cane, broke it in two and split one in the middle so that he could make a cross. … Continue reading

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