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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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The One With The HIIT

It’s strange to think how, one day, you’re so far past the point of tiredness, that you can barely peel yourself off the sofa and other days, you’ve gained energy out of nowhere – this is exactly how last week has been! Continue reading “The One With The HIIT”

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The One With The Best Week

I genuinely think that, if you have a good day or week, it reflects in your training, likewise if it’s been a struggle.

Last week, I experienced one of the best weeks, I’ve ever, ever had. Although it’s been a tiring one, I’ve not stopped smiling as each day got better and better. Continue reading “The One With The Best Week”

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The One With Country Roads

Feels like I’ve only just popped out a blog as I try get back in track with a weekly post – it’s been an interesting week, however.  Continue reading “The One With Country Roads”

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The One With New Beginnings

Man, I have really been lacking in the blog scene but there’s a reason!

You may or may not have seen my posts about buying a house with Emma and moving – an incredibly exciting but exhausting time, of course! Thankfully, it wasn’t as stressful due to the fact we had incredible support – thank you, you know who you are!

With this, running has taken a backseat for the working week and limiting myself to weekend running. Not that I’m complaining, any run is better than no run, isn’t it?  Continue reading “The One With New Beginnings”