Blog Posts about running

ARedfernArt
Grab a cuppa, have a read and before you know it youll be fast asleep! Its my first real attempt at writing a blog, so I apologise if its long winded â€" Im just going to empty some of the memories/thoughts of the last couple of weeks o...
May 8th 2017 by ARedfernArt GBR
sarahleonard
Goodness, it's been a while. I've been very quiet and I apologise. I'm sure that you've all been thinking 'I wonder what happened to that lady who had the baby, I wonder how her training is going?'. Well it's now 'going' again. I'm no P...
Jan 26th 2015 by sarahleonard GBR Premium
woodsey96
After the last few weeks of posting some more "technical" and thought provoking blogs, here is some of how I've been getting on over the last few months - coaching and training. We're all different in our approaches - but I want to put min...
Apr 2nd 2014 by woodsey96 GBR Coach
woodsey96
Autumn is upon us far too quickly but most of you will have enjoyed the race season, be pleased with your race performances and looking forward to resting and relaxing - maybe treating your long-suffering partner to a specially planned (o...
Oct 5th 2013 by woodsey96 GBR Coach
fannyjane
At this time of year every man and his dog seems to come out with some great ideas about how to make winter training more endurable. Having lots of long term goals to try and motivate you is all well and good, but what is actually going to...
Sep 26th 2013 by fannyjane GBR
ClaireD
On 21st July I made a solo journey across to Lincolnshire to compete in the Woodhall Spa Triathlon - 400m swim, 24km bike, 5km run. I must say that although I value support, it was nice to travel on my own & prepare quietly with no distrac...
Jul 24th 2013 by ClaireD GBR
roborob
The last 3 months have been not much else other than racing, recovering, quick bursts of training, then tapering, travelling, and racing again, and repeat. My club, Crystal Palace Triathletes, has been focused on getting results in the Tri...
Jun 29th 2013 by roborob GBR
roborob
I can't believe it's been 6 months since my last post - so many amazing discoveries and developments that I want to share; just been too caught up in being a part of them all! For now I'll give you a list of topics that I'm going to dedica...
Jun 13th 2013 by roborob GBR
owenslater
I originally started running in November 2012 in order to lose some weight after hitting 12st 3lbs on the scale - a combination of work, fatherhood and generally being a lazy bastard ! Over the last few months I achieved a 5k, 10k cross co...
May 30th 2013 by owenslater GBR
ClaireD
I must admit I've been really lucky with the weather for my first two triathlons this year. Most of my friends started their season at the end of March in freezing temperatures but the sun was shining, the birds were singing & the water s...
May 7th 2013 by ClaireD GBR
Antonio
A very nice route to run around a lake in the heart of the Romanian capital ...
Apr 16th 2013 by Antonio GBR
 
leighschvartz
A preface to this blog, I'm being awfully generous and doing a 241 here - a quick recap and summary (as if we are entering the hotly anticipated new season of Game of Thrones..) and then the Thames Turbo Duathlon 2016 race report. If it's ...
Apr 10th 2016 by leighschvartz GBR
roborob
Race results from this season (multisport only): 12th Jan - Thanet MTB Duathlon: 3rd 15th Mar - Trailman MTB Duathlon: 7th 5th Apr - Dx2 Seville Middle Distance (1.9/85/21.1): 15th, 4:08:29 13th Apr - Kingfisher Aquathlon (London L...
Dec 31st 2014 by roborob GBR
woodsey96
The objective of all training is to achieve the greatest level of adaptation, not to become the most tired. Lots of athletes train to get tired or to burn calories. Go ahead and burn calories if you want to work out and lose weight. That...
Oct 30th 2013 by woodsey96 GBR Coach
woodsey96
Most normal athletes have a full time job - we aren't lucky enough to be the sponsored professional superheroes that we aim to emulate! Some of us are fortunate enough to get a little support here and there; whether that's in the form o...
Sep 28th 2013 by woodsey96 GBR Coach
fannyjane
"Are you mental?" How many of us have heard that question from friends/family/work colleagues about our training? And why is it that triathlon, once it grips you, can become such a brilliantly all-consuming pass-time? My friends and fam...
Sep 14th 2013 by fannyjane GBR
TriBlogs
This month the experts at Six Physio have written a series of Guest Blogs with advice for triathletes on staying injury free this season. With specialist physios in all three triathlon disciplines, read on for the first in this series of b...
Jul 18th 2013 by TriBlogs GBR Premium
TriBlogs
Earlier this year we introduced a blog series written by John Gilbert about his experience of running in the Marathon for the London Olympic's Test Event. In this second blog, John describes yet another unique marathon experience, this tim...
Jun 17th 2013 by TriBlogs GBR Premium
owenslater
One thing most of us like is goodies and if you're into a particular sport nowadays there will be a whole host of technical stuff to go with it. Triathlon, by its' very nature, triples the amount of goodies on offer :o) I've had to be f...
Jun 8th 2013 by owenslater GBR
twiggy
Time for a product review - and this ones a bit of an exclusive! For a month now my knee has been improving and Ive been able to go out on a few runs and do a few sessions on the treadmill. The shoes I have been doing this in are my sup...
May 18th 2013 by twiggy GBR
justal
I missed the my first race of the season thanks to illness, but my new first race is looming fast. Next weekend in fact in the Cotswolds and I'm looking forward to it now. I've done a few open water swims already and the cold is no longe...
May 6th 2013 by justal GBR
Antonio
After 7 years tried the distance again. Not bad at all, despite I spent 16 more minutes than my personal best. Taking into account that I hit the wall at km 17, I guess I can make it much better and maybe closer to 1:35 in the near future....
Mar 31st 2013 by Antonio GBR
 
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