Tag Archive: nike

WE RUN LONDON!

As I’ve said before, I love a Nike race. They know how to do an event and, I think, they’re the best in the game at the moment. I’ve been training with my… Continue reading

Nike MilersĀ 

I raced my first mile in an underground car park in the company of some of the top athletes in the world. How often is it that you get to say something as… Continue reading

We Run London

I am really excited to be involved with Nike’s Women’s 10k Race Series this year. If you’ve run in, seen or heard about We Own The Night (Nike’s female only 10k for the… Continue reading

Live Better – The New Years Resolution Rules

It’s around this time of year that you generally start feeling a bit groggy and look to all the changes you’ll make in the new year. I know there’s a collective eye rolling… Continue reading

The Fear

I have a confession. I am frightened of going back to running. I am apprehensive about how much fitness I’ll have lost and know that I’ll end up getting depressed about how sluggish… Continue reading

Nike Zoom

I love a good NTC session. Last week I was invited over to a beautiful studio in Marylebone by Nike Women to take part in a special NTC session with Barry’s Bootcamp babe… Continue reading

Shoe Week: Hall of Fame

The Nike Lunarglide was my first proper running shoe. My family clubbed together a bought me a pair of Nike iD Lunarglide 3s in my favourite nautical colours. They took me through my… Continue reading

Shoe Week: Nike Free Bionic

Training shoes. Are they necessary? This is my only pair of training specific shoes – previously I’ve only had running shoes and have done my other training (weights etc.) in those. I found… Continue reading

Shoe Week: Nike Free iD

Nike Frees are absolute classics. I got my first pair in 2011 after winning a running photo competition at the Stratford Nike Run Club and loved how light and flexible they were, and… Continue reading

Night: Owned

We Own The Night 2014 was flipping ace. I had a bloody wonderful time. 2013 was good, but a lot of work has obviously gone in to making this year bigger and better… Continue reading