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Getting a balance

Do you run every day? It’s a question I get asked a lot and the answer is – no. I know that in order for me to be healthy, I need to factor in rest and recovery days, and I … Continue reading

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It’s ok not to be ok

This time last year I was in a bad place, a really bad place. I didn’t really realise it then, but looking back, it was. I went to spend the weekend at a very good friends for a birthday celebration. … Continue reading

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Wk31 into Wk32

Here’s what I did last week… 3 runs (21 miles) and 3 strength sessions, 2 rest days. Mon: Super Deadlift Strength B Tue: 6.4M run Wed: Rest Thu: AM KB 80/20 + finisher / PM 4.3M run Fri: Rest Sat: … Continue reading

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10 miles hard vs 10 miles easy

Two weeks ago I ran a hard 10 mile session … I felt strong throughout it… having been well rested before it, with good music on, a couple of caffeine gels and some nice new trainers… I flew around the … Continue reading

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Good stuff – naw, magic stuff

I’ve been in my new role at work for just over 6 months, and each day I’m getting so much positivity and reward from it. Feeling full of purpose at work is helping me to feel good in all other … Continue reading

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There’s only one Lorn?

Today I saw that there’s an online tool which has recently been set up which holds all of the first names registered in Scotland since 1974. https://scotland.shinyapps.io/babynames/ I put my name in and selected female, and it turns out I … Continue reading

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Strength Progress in July

Since about the second week in July (from the 6th July)… I’ve been doing around 2-3 strength workouts a week. I started off with a Kettlebell workout (outside) on the 6th July, then went into doing a Squat based workout … Continue reading

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