As many of you know, running is a major passion of mine. As well as providing the obvious physical and mental wellbeing benefits, running for me is a metaphor for life. A run is a journey. A microcosm of an individual life’s adventure. A few
I read a very interesting article recently entitled: 'Don't let your stressed out boss stress you out' from the Harvard Business Review. It's an extremely well written piece by Annie McKee , a senior fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. The overall premise is that the stress
People often tell me that they hate running, or they can’t run, or they can’t run for very long, so I've decided to share an article I penned, which was first published by Men's Running Magazine. I hope it will inspire you to get outside.
Next time you need to sort out any 'life problems' - instead of hiding, you could always make a run for it! “Running away never solved anything” goes the saying - but what if it did? What if you made a run for it? What
Why run? "I run because if I didn't, I'd be sluggish and glum and spend too much time on the couch. I run to breathe the fresh air. I run to explore. I run to escape the ordinary. I run ..... to savor the trip
Last month, I was chatting to another coach, Helen, and was telling her about my aching bones. As many of you will know, I run a lot and over the last 12 months have suffered a lot! A stress fracture in my foot; a tear
It was the Triathlon Show this weekend at Sandown Park in Esher (UK) and I went along to run in the 10k race and find out what new innovations were being launched to the marketplace. I'm a keen runner and have done many races in
2013 hasn't been the best running year for me. A stress fracture in March resulted in no running or walking for 8 weeks! Then a knee problem in the summer and a calf issue in the autumn...In fact, I've had more injuries in the last