Tag Archives: Runner’s World

Monitoring how active you are

You’ll have noticed from my recent blogs that the sedentary state of the nation is a current theme in my thinking and writing. But even those of us who are active in a sporting/fitness sense shouldn’t rest on our laurels … Continue reading

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Marathon preparation – online chat 30/3/12

It’s marathon season, and the big days – Brighton, Paris, London – are drawing closer.  It’s very common for beginners to just talk about ‘getting round’, but I think even first-timers need to have some idea of the sort of pace … Continue reading

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Marathon talk

I have my Master the Marathon workshop coming up on Sunday February 12th at Crystal Palace – and there are a few spaces left. Leave a comment or drop me an email if you are interested. My personalised email coaching … Continue reading

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Murphy’s Lore

The first of my new monthly columns for Runner’s World magazine is published this month (October issue). The idea of the column, Murphy’s Lore, is to explore how running impacts on our lives, and how our lives impact on our … Continue reading

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