Monthly Archives: August 2019

115 miles in August & some graphs

This month I finished just ahead of my monthly running mileage target at a nice round 115 miles. 👍🏻 🎯 I had put more of a focus on doing running more regularly, and I’m feeling good for it. I’ve been … Continue reading

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Wk34 into Wk35

This last week I did a lot of running compared to usual, 5 runs, just over 30 miles and I managed to squeeze one Strength session in, on the Sunday. A chart session in the bike, then a timed tabata … Continue reading

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Wk33 into Wk34

My legs are a bit tired tonight after a big long day running and lots of driving. But last week was a good week for my training… I did 4 runs just over 20 miles, 3 Strength sessions and a … Continue reading

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What is your why – and setting goals…

Having a good reason to train, exercise, be active or change things up to be a better version of you is important. Your why… your reason to get up early and train before breakfast, or your reason to do what … Continue reading

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Wk32 into Wk33 nutrition & progress

I was pleased with the amount of running I got done last week, 4 runs including a long run before work, an effort session and two easier runs = 26 miles. I didn’t do a Strength session through the week … Continue reading

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Wk31 into Wk32 & The Ivy for breakfast

Last week I got 4 good runs in and covered nearly 26 miles. I had two rest days and did a bike and strength session too. I did speedwork on Monday and whilst it felt good at the time, I … Continue reading

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Simple things that make me happy

I thought I’d write down a list of the simple things that make me happy/ hobbies or things that make me smile … to remind myself to do them more often. In no particular order: – Visiting / being with … Continue reading

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