Ciao Ciara, Hello Dennis You get no storms for ages then 2 come along back to back! No sooner had Ciara carried on her merry way than Dennis turned up to cause mayhem! We don’t often get storms strong enough to be given a name hitting Scotland so this has made for an interesting challenge. … More More Storms!
How’s your week been? As the weather has been turning milder, I decided to get the bike out and cycle to and from the studio. I recalled that I felt at my fittest, and ran my parkrun PB, while training for the Ironman 70.3 in Edinburgh in 2017 and had used the bike a lot … More Week In Review – Storms and Good Beer!
This week has been a bit of an unofficial fitness test. A few glimpses of where I am right now and a sense of what I need to do and the work ahead to get to where I want to be. This has come from finding things I used to do well, a bit of … More Week in Review – Where I am right now
We’re 2 weeks into the New Year and normally I’d finish the end of a year by reviewing the year gone by or talk about my goals for the coming year but I haven’t done either. I’ve just got on with it. Let me sum up 2019 by saying that it was a bit shit … More 2020 – Getting On With It
I haven’t written for a while as I haven’t really done much for a while due to a cough that went to my chest and my back flaring up again! I’m pleased to say that I’m over the other side of that now and ready to step up my running! My last race was the … More Getting Back To Form
What does running do for you? First of all, I’d like to say thank you to the chest cough that ruled me out of Loch Ness a couple of weeks ago. The enforced rest period has reignited my passion for running and how it makes me feel as much as my performances. It almost feels … More The Power of Running
Nothing feels better than the first run after being ill or injured! Even better when you don’t feel any effects from it other than the loss of fitness. That was me today after I tried my first run in over 2 weeks after my chest cough, the one that forced me to miss the Loch … More Back Into My Rhythm