June | 2014

Reformers look like torture machines and I guess, in a way, they are. I think there’s a tendency to think that pilates is girly (and, by stereotypical definition, easy) but let me tell… Continue reading

A mile is a classic distance, but how many of us have actually raced it? Well, now is your chance. There’s still time to register for the absolutely 100% FREE Amba Hotels City… Continue reading

In less than four weeks I’ll be taking on my first ultra – 100km at Race to the Stones with the RTTS100 North Face team of ladies. How am I feeling? Hideously underprepared.… Continue reading

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

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

I have heard a lot about the Saucony Kinvara. It’s pretty much a cult shoe. Adoring fans, worldwide, who just cannot get enough of the Kinvara. I know that a lot of Kinvara… Continue reading

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

I have been testing out lots of cool interesting running shoes recently and haven’t had a chance to about any of them. So, I am going to dedicate a whole week on… Continue reading

I have a confession. A week ago I ran the Bupa 10k and I really struggled. I really struggled because I hadn’t eaten enough. I hadn’t been eating enough all week. And trying… Continue reading