Monthly Archives: July 2011

Balancing act

I’m trying hard to stick to the pledge I made when I was injured – that when I was fit again, I would keep up the non-running stuff – the swimming, cycling, yoga and core training – to help ‘injury-proof’ my body. … Continue reading

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Rye Runners get shot!

A sun-drenched Camber Sands played host to the photo shoot for my all-new forthcoming women’s running book (out March 2012) at the weekend. Rye Runners – the weekly local running group organised by me and husband Jeff – were willing and obliging models. … Continue reading

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The skill of barefoot running

The idea of running barefoot – or in barely-there minimal shoes – struck a chord with me right from the very first time I tried it, back in 2007. I was a participant in one of John Woodward’s Natural Running … Continue reading

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Back on the start line

Sunday saw my first race in more than six months – the inaugural Sussex Triathlon at the stunning Ashburnham Place, near Battle. I took on the Sprint Distance, thinking to myself ‘how hard can it be to do a 5km … Continue reading

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