Follow elite marathon runner, Ben Moreau, on his path to the 2012 Olympics (via the newsagents to satisfy his love of chocolate).
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I had gone in to the Saffron Trail with a mild ankle injury that only felt slightly bruised. The race, although starting badly turned out great. The downside being that a mild injury was now a serious injury. I had bad sharp pain on the medial side of...
Posted: 1 day ago in 3 Runs a Week - Blog
So it was recently put to me; by a fellow bug; that they found it interesting to read my latest blog as it gave an insight into how my mind worked whilst in a run.
She found it especially interesting to read about how much passion I have for running...
Posted: 6 days ago in Musings of a Blogging Runner - Blog
If you’re someone that enjoys running or keeping fit then you’ll know that injury is one of the worst things that can happen to us. Most of the time the problem will start with a minor twinge which you’ll try and ignore but over time...
Posted: 9 days ago in Joey J Jordan - Chasing Fitness - Blog
How many times have we questioned our running ability…? Think about your most recent runs, and the questions that you may have asked of yourself…? Most of them will undoubtedly begin with the word why..?
“Why can’t I run fast...
Posted: 9 days ago in The Lonely Heart of the Long Distance Runner - Blog
I recently started a half marathon training plan through MyAsics.co.uk (other training plans are available!), but have been feeling like I am being held back tremendously. Oddly enough I don’t seem to handle the shorter distance runs as well as...
Posted: 9 days ago in Musings of a Blogging Runner - Blog
In the past I’ve paid little attention to race fueling or hydration, previously leaving things to chance. As improving PBs is getting harder I’ve started to consider my fueling and hydration strategy .
Co-incidentally, or perhaps it was...
Posted: 9 days ago in Running For Others - Blog
Some say I’m crazy; some say I’m nuts; others just think I’m plain old stupid!
The reason for these statements is due to the time at which I get myself up and out of bed in order to go running.
Whilst I may not be the only person...
Posted: 13 days ago in Musings of a Blogging Runner - Blog
Long distance runners are a bizarre group of people to those who find comfort in stillness, pleasure in overindulgence, and reassurance in conformity. I know this because I was not always a runner. There was a time that I scoffed at runners and the strange...
Posted: 14 days ago in SaltmarshRunning - Blog
This is a question that spans multiple subjects; for me though it covers three main areas: addiction (or obsession); weight loss and running.
I class addiction and obsession in the same category really as I believe that when you are obsessed with something...
Posted: 15 days ago in Musings of a Blogging Runner - Blog
As a club chairman of Warley Woods Pacers, one of the most satisfying things for me is, apart from watching on TV a scoucer, who once worked in a branch of Gregs in the Wirral and his granny judge a doughnut baking contest, but to see where we as a club...
Posted: 15 days ago in The Lonely Heart of the Long Distance Runner - Blog
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