Running in Foreign Lands

Running in Foreign Lands

It’s easy to measure our running at home, on our regular routes. We push ourselves out the door in the sun, rain, dawn, and dusk, and try our best to knock a few seconds off our last time. We know the routes that avoid traffic lights, busy footpaths, and uneven...
The post race routine

The post race routine

WHAT NOW.. post race routine, have you got one? Have you planned your run already? Got your clothes laid out, music, pre workout drink or vitamins, a snack? Don’t forget a quick stretch too. I am sure you are good to go and make this run worth it. Some of us are...
The Recovery

The Recovery

You’ve completed a marathon! But what’s next? RECOVERY Research states that muscle damage from running a marathon can last up to two weeks. The research also indicates that soreness, or lack of, is not an indicator of your muscles healing. In other words,...
Hydration is key

Hydration is key

The weather has taken a turn and we are seeing temperatures hitting up to 29 degrees this week – can you believe we had snow a month ago! This means it’s time to talk hydration. Whether you are running a 10k around your local park or taking on the London...