Not a 'natural exerciser' by any stretch of the imagination, lacing up the trainers is often as much a battle of the mind as a battle of the legs! See what Sarah decides to do to keep herself on the straight and narrow...
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I am guilty of not writing as I go along, forgetting things etc. so seeing as my whole running career, albeit a very short career is all about getting to this marathon I best write as I go along.
This plan is starting a week after my 2 nd HM so instead...
Posted: 1 day ago in Ian's blog - Blog
This year my running pace has come on in leaps and bounds so I wanted to take my race nutrition more seriously but I hadn’t got on with any of the bars and gels I’d previously tried. That was until I found TORQ . Anyone for apple crumble?...
Posted: 3 days ago in Running For Others - Blog
So… I’m injured and I can’t run. It’s been 11 weeks since my last real run and I thought that by now I’d be climbing up the walls and engaging in some kind of destructive Hulk-like rampage simply because I can’t run...
Posted: 3 days ago in Joey J Jordan - Chasing Fitness - Blog
This week we were pleased to announce the launch of our bugmiles app on Android.
The bugmiles app tracks your route, pace, time and distance, and helps you easily share your runs on The Running Bug – the most supportive social network for runners...
Posted: 7 days ago in Follow The Running Bug - Blog
I know I can be a bit of a fool sometimes. I know I can be a tad daft in thinking that I know better when really I don’t; but never again will I not listen to my body, nor the advice of those much more experienced than I!
Why do I make this statement...
Posted: 11 days ago in Musings of a Blogging Runner - Blog
This weekend I attended an event that honoured a great man of our sport. Bud Baldaro, renowned coach to many. Bud is a man that I have a huge respect and admiration for. Through his words and, advice, I feel that Buds presence has been shadowing me for...
Posted: 12 days ago in The Lonely Heart of the Long Distance Runner - Blog
Five weeks ago I had my worst ever run at the spiritual home of my running, the Great North Run. This morning I was up, literally, at the crack of dawn to implement the lessons I learned from the GNR at this year’s Oxford Half Marathon.
Posted: 12 days ago in Running For Others - Blog
Some other new changes to The Bug have been rolled out this week, all thanks to the feedback we've had from you guys.
The dev team have now updated the comment function at the bottom of articles and blogs, so you are now able to comment on a comment...
Posted: 15 days ago in Follow The Running Bug - Blog
Recently we've been making some great changes at Bug Towers thanks to your feedback.
This week we're pleased to tell you about the new options to upload your run data to bugmiles from your Garmin or TomTom
Now, when you log a run you'll...
Posted: 21 days ago in Follow The Running Bug - Blog
So LaurenBug recently posted an interesting question asking what gave people "The Bug"....which made me look at my history and see when I actually started using The Running Bug (TRB).
I then noticed that the first ever mile I logged was October...
Posted: 22 days ago in Musings of a Blogging Runner - Blog
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