The image is not of some rudimentary instruction for a plastic surgeon, but a reminder to myself: Cut your toe nails I’m running the London Marathon on Sunday and part of my pre-marathon routine is to always cut my toe
Ten points to whoever can tell me where this picture was taken. I know the answer because I took the picture and was well aware of where I was. I was on one of my favourite routes and it includes
This is a picture of “Pub Hill” at Southampton Sports Centre. The picture doesn’t do it justice, but it is actually quite steep. Hence why my training group uses it in training. The other morning when I ran down Pub
I woke up the other day and felt tired before I had even set foot outside the door. This is the hard part of marathon training when you have been doing it for months and the early mornings are taking
Why do I run outdoors? Because running indoors is so dull that gyms have massive TVs to distract you from the monotony! I spend far too much of my day looking at screens, running ensures that I spend a fair
Well, I’ve only gone and entered the 38th International Snowdon Race on 20 July… It’s always important to have another race on the horizon after a marathon, so you’ve got something to aim for.
I was well aware that my fitness had taken a step back in time after my injury issues, but I was quite surprised when the weather did too! This photo was taken on Monday, during my recovery run after the