It's been a couple of weeks since the Cardiff Half and I've had a bit of time to reflect. Plus life has been super busy so I'm only just getting round to writing this post. In part one of this post I mentioned that I had three plans. Plan A was to do sub two… Continue reading When training for a race doesn’t go to plan…part 2
If you run, or known someone that does, then I imagine you'll have heard the term the 'hitting the Wall' (yes that capital W is not a typo). Basically, it's when your brain tells your body that enough's enough and you need to slow down. The idea of continuing with said run seems preposterous and… Continue reading Castle 2 Castle: Running and hitting the ‘infamous’ Wall
Ever looked at your training and wondered why, despite all the miles, you've not improved or gone backwards? That's what's happened to me recently. I've been doing lots of training but my times haven't improved, in fact I'm slower than I have been in a long time. Or that's how it feels. This picture appeared… Continue reading Time to train smarter?
This week The Independent published an article about mums of young children feeling guilty when they take time for themselves to exercise. A poll conducted by Sport England highlighted that of the 1006 mothers with children under six surveyed 77% said they would like to do more exercise, with 61% admitting that they would feel… Continue reading Exercise vs Mum Guilt