Twitter Pinterest

RUN eat REPEAT







Lakeland 50 2019 and one very proud #LakelandLegend

featured image
clock6th August 2019

I’d heard so much about the Lakeland 50 and Lakeland 100 and it didn’t disappoint. In fact it far exceeded my expectations of a major ultra! I’d read repeatedly about the “Lakeland family”. About people wanting to become a “Lakeland Legend”. I started to get a sense of what this meant via the Lakeland 100 […]   Keep reading »

Why a 50 mile ultra?

featured image
clock25th May 2019

We all have things that represent a huge challenge to us. Depending on my wellbeing, fitness and life, this has ranged from the most basic to what some would regard as the extreme.   After discectomy surgery in 2001, it was learning to walk across the living room in the space of a week. After […]   Keep reading »

Underdog Damo Hall: Film Review

featured image
clock20th May 2019

“Underdog” follows UTMB® addict Damian Hall on his quest to try and break into the top 10 male podium finishers. Having improved in the 2 years preceding this, it became an ambition and obsession of Damo’s to do everything within his power to try and achieve that top 10.   For anyone that knows UTMB® […]   Keep reading »

Lakeland 50 recce part 1

featured image
clock17th May 2019

Last Saturday turned out to be a glorious day in weather, fell and trail running, and company as I did my first ever recce of any Lakeland 50 legs. Running mate, GB Sticks (Mark Morgan-Hillam), offered to lead me on recces of legs 2 & 3. Most of the route for this entire event I […]   Keep reading »

2019 Running and looking Forward

featured image
clock8th February 2019

Ready to hit 50 in April is something I’ve taken to be looking forward to with real anticipation. I’m also trying to learn to be much more focused in my planning of the year ahead, in order to ensure I can build in appropriate training and rest. Below is what I want to achieve and […]   Keep reading »

Lowri Morgan’s incredible PTL Challenge

featured image
clock27th April 2018

NEW Lowri Morgan runner interview: An astounding challenge, Rebel Girls, facing your fears and so much more 🙂  Sit back & enjoy!   I recently had the immense pleasure of interviewing Welsh ultra running legend Lowri Morgan again. Why? Well she’s set to complete an incredible PTL Challenge. Read below to find out more – […]   Keep reading »

Ultra supreme: Louise Greenwood runner interview

featured image
clock13th April 2018

Soaking wet, utterly miserable and about to be hit by a blizzard! That was Louise Greenwood on the recent Devon Coast to Coast. Getting through such lows plus the amazing camaraderie of ultra runners is why she loves it so much. Read on!   This runner interview is a gem. Really hope you enjoy it […]   Keep reading »

True Transformation: Rachel Edmunds interview

featured image
clock16th February 2018

A picture tells 1000 words. Combined with the person’s own words, it says so much more! Read and see Rachel Edmunds’ running transformation below. I know Rachel through the Trail Running magazine #Run1000Miles Facebook community. She was very surprised to be asked to do an interview. Hopefully you’ll instantly see why her story is such […]   Keep reading »

RunUltra Blogger Award 2018 Winner x2

featured image
clock16th January 2018

RunEatRepeat.co.uk wins 2x RunUltra Blogger Awards 2018! I was incredibly humbled and proud to win the prestigious “RunUltra Overall Global Blogger Award 2018” and to retain the “RunUltra UK Blogger Award 2018“. With this being a global Awards, a total of 105 bloggers were selected, then 64 shortlisted.  To then be selected as the winner […]   Keep reading »

Eddie Arthur interview

featured image
clock3rd January 2018

59 year old Eddie Arthur started running in his teens. Here he talks about #Run1000Miles, favourite places to run, preferred nutrition and more.   Eddie, what was your reason for getting involved in the #Run1000Miles Challenge? To be honest, I’m not sure, I think part of the motivation was to get a free ruff. I […]   Keep reading »


UK Ultra Running Blogs