March was an odd month. I very much lost my running mojo. My swollen ankle was really sore and swollen for the first half of the month as evidenced below. Having said that I did manage 75 miles for the month, bringing my yearly total to 300 miles. Hello gorgeous sunset runs. Even better that they aren't
So that's February done and dusted and with that, a massive 140.3 miles run. My month started off really strong with 8 miles on a Tuesday, a similar length run on a Friday and a 10+ miler run on Sunday. With running and setting goals you have to be realistic, something I am not good
Somehow January is over and i am officially one month into my 1000 mile year goal. With January being a long month and a fairly empty calendar I was able to get 100.1 miles in, to be precise. My typical week would be running on Tuesday night with Redbridge runners, a 5 mile route round
When I first wrote my 101 list, I had no idea how much number 6 would mean to me. Running a half marathon seemed like a good idea, despite struggling with a 10 mile race… In the last few years I have struggled with depression and have made reference to my struggles on various blog posts.
Turns out there is a huge movement by many of the major sporting brands to offer free classes and runs from there respective stores. It's a win-win for both the company and whoever is taking part. You get a free workout, whilst also inevitably making a purchase with that brand. For the past few Thursday