IAAF World Athletic Championships, Local Running Events, North East of England, Running, Topical Blogs

Three Fitness Annoyances

Three things. Three annoying things.

I get it, fitness is a stress relief, a lifestyle or something to do when work is not involved. But I’ve been around the block, for over ten years ( a bit of a long walk, I know) and I’ve come to realise that some, not all, things that annoy the living days out of me and I’m about to go through three. Continue reading “Three Fitness Annoyances”

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Great North Run, Local Running Events, North East of England, The Blaydon Races, Totum Sport, Uncategorized

Reviewing My Blaydon Race

It’s almost been a week since the magical Blaydon Races arrived and I’m still buzzing from my performance. 

Running so close to sub-40 has been the barrier I wanted to break since my first run out in 2015, I may have to wait another year, but the desire and hunger remains. Continue reading “Reviewing My Blaydon Race”

Injury, Local Running Events, North East of England, Running, Sunderland 10K, Totum Sport, Uncategorized

The One After The Sunderland 10K

So, that, as they say, is that.

Two weeks ago, the three amigos of Katie, Peter and myself powered over the line to wrap the Siglion Sunderland 10k & Half Marathon. Continue reading “The One After The Sunderland 10K”

Injury, Local Events, Local Running Events, North East of England, Running, Sunderland 10K, Totum Sport, Training

The One Before The Sunderland 10k

This is it. Four months of training, highs, lows and lots of  Totum Sport, have come down to this. Tomorrow, Team Totum will be heading to the start line of the Siglion Sunderland 10k & Half Marathon. Continue reading “The One Before The Sunderland 10k”

Local Running Events, North East of England, Running, Sunderland 10K, The Blaydon Races, Totum Sport, Trail Running, Training, Uncategorized, Winter Training

The One With The Bog

The windup to the Siglion Sunderland 10km is ON!

I absolutely love it when the time comes to get the speed endurance in the legs and also, get that sensation, when you know that you can run the distance needed within a time that’s acceptable – of course, like every runner at every event, we always look for that PB. Continue reading “The One With The Bog”