I've decided to write about my track session from this morning with the aim of reflecting upon how tapping into personal values can be a way of staying focused and committed throughout training/exercise sessions. Following my recent return to regular track training, having been training erratically due to a hectic schedule, I decided to challenge … Continue reading Running with my values: Staying focused on what’s important
Recently I have been kindly given the opportunity by a friend to write training and psychology articles for Running Magazine. Here is my first - check it out and look out for the magazine if you are into running 🙂 Training Q&A - July-Aug 2017 Running mag
There is currently a big trend in the fitness industry towards "high-intensity interval training" (HIIT) as the favourite form of cardiovascular exercise. I must say, it makes sense for many people - you can get a lot done in little time, and you can do so many things with it that it's pretty difficult to get … Continue reading Cardio: Higher or lower intensity?
Running can be a cheap and easy way to get fit; you don't need to join a gym, the only necessary expenses include running shoes and clothing, and you can run pretty much anywhere you like. However there are some things to consider before you start. I have come up with some tips that should make your introduction … Continue reading How to start running