Highlights We spend 1/3rd of our lives at work and yet research shows that as many as 70% of people are not engaged in their work! Whilst this stat varies by country, it's pretty consistent. Work is not perceived to be
Running is a key part of my life, and I've been running since 1997 which, looking back, was very much the start of my transition to a much fitter and healthier me. Before that, I was more of a junk food, zero exercise kind of
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
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
Can you use running as a perfect stress manager? In the December 2014 issue of Men's Health Magazine, I wrote about how I use running to problem solve when feeling challenged and offered a technique for readers to try that could help them too. Click
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