Agility Session 1

Agility Session 1

Low feet skipping Arms across body Arms over and forward Arms over and backward Arms across body Run on spot & go! Run on spot for 5 seconds Count down 3,2,1 go! Run for 5m to 10m (as space allows) Turn around and repeat Turn around and repeat Backwards running...

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Glutes, lazy glutes

Glutes, lazy glutes

Glutes, glutes, glutes! You hear, read and see this everywhere! There's even a specialist called "The Glute Guy" aka Bret Contreras that you may have come across - he did his Phd is glutes! But why do glutes play such an important role-in running? And why have you...

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7 Do’s of marathon training – base phase

7 Do’s of marathon training – base phase

As spring marathon training starts, I thought I’d give you some tips for this phase of your training. If this is your first marathon, you are probably feeling a little overwhelmed at the challenge you have taken on. If you’ve run one or two marathons before, or you’re...

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Run Types

Run Types

As you look to a new year of running, you may be like a lot of the runners I talk to. They want to get a bit better. They want to improve on last year. And for a lot of us, getting a bit better is all we need - we don't have a burning desire to be at the front or...

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5 Tips for winter motivation

5 Tips for winter motivation

You know what it’s like... We don't even need to open the weather app because we can see it streaming down the widows. We can hear it bouncing off the Velux and as it cascades over the edges of our gutters. If we stand long enough on the pavement, our feet act like...

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A better way to get a PB!

A better way to get a PB!

I've yet to meet a runner that didn't want to run faster and get a new PB. Sure, plenty will say they are not bothered by times and they just run for the fun of it. And in the next breath they are talking about the goal for their next race or parkrun is to be faster...

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Better Night Vision – Proprioception

Better Night Vision – Proprioception

In an earlier post I mentioned that we can improve our ability to run better and safer in the dark. One way of doing this is to work on our peripheral vision, and another way is to improve our proprioception. “What's propieception?" you ask. The easiest answer is that...

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