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UK Endurance Coaching insights

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clock4th April 2020

“Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere” That Chinese proverb I thought especially relevant to an event where the ethos was of everyone always learning no matter how experienced or relatively new to coaching or running any of us were.   The UK Endurance Conference event was for athletes and coaches of […]   Keep reading »

Smashing Stereotypes: One step at a time

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clock2nd December 2017

You run, you’re a woman, you wear a hijabi… you may have to overcome stereotypes. In this enlightening interview, Lynne AKA “Jogonhijabi”, talks about the importance of running and joy of #Parkrun.   How did you get into running and why? I have always enjoyed regular cardio exercise at the gym however never ran outside […]   Keep reading »

Dirty Double weekend at Helvellyn & Ullswater

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clock27th October 2017

Shattered and smiling. Sweating buckets as I struggled to effortlessly ran over the top of the climb between Silver Crag and Birk Fell. My son well and truly disappeared into the distance. And I was loving it!!! This is the ‘Dirty Double’ weekend of Helvellyn and Ullswater Lakeland Trail runs. First time I’d done it for 5 […]   Keep reading »

5 Ways Running Improves Your Health

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clock6th October 2017

Guest author: Joana Teixeira   So, how does running improve your health? There are the obvious fitness benefits and also some others that you may not have thought of. For example, if you want to know how to lower cholesterol with exercise, running can play a big part in that. From strengthening your muscles, improving […]   Keep reading »

WTF a DNF?!

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clock24th June 2017

I pulled over just before the timing mat at 3k, ambled behind a tree and retched repeatedly. Between 2-3k I hadn’t even been running hard – fact was I couldn’t. I heard one of the marshals shout something like “over here…stomach!” and was then asked if I was okay and kindly given water by the […]   Keep reading »

Scorpion Stings family in the Lakes

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clock9th May 2017

It’s rare an entire family will be stung by a scorpion. At Staveley, all four of the McCarthy’s endured the “Sting in the Tail”. And what a day it was! All four of us taking part in a Lakeland Trails event for the first time. The kids have really got into running as a previous […]   Keep reading »

OutFit Joe Cooper interview

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clock19th May 2016

Interview: Joe Cooper of Out-Fit Personal Fitness ‘Outfit Joe‘ shares his passion for fitness, off-road running and some great routes 🙂 Joe, to say you are passionate about health and fitness and well being is an understatement! How did you get into personal training? Well since a very young age, I remember being an energetic little […]   Keep reading »

Run for the 96 5k a fitting family tribute

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clock12th May 2015

On Sunday 19th April, myself, Louis and Izzy were privileged to participate in the inaugural Run For The 96 5k – in memory of the 96 Liverpool fans who lost their lives at the Hillsborough tragedy. We were among almost 2,500 walkers, joggers and runners, wearing the red and blue of their respective clubs as […]   Keep reading »

Sharing running & foodie thoughts

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clock27th March 2015

Faffed around cheap nba jerseys for Programare long enough so I decided unfortunate to start this blog. I’ll be jerseys sharing my thoughts and experiences – mainly about running, plus fuel for running. Hope you To enjoy and look forward to posting something 23 more wholesale mlb jerseys meaningful cheap jerseys soon. Cheers Jeff Share […]   Keep reading »


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