The proof is in the running

I wanted to write an update on what has happened since my last post and the subsequent reflection I performed. (It would be a good idea to read the last post now if you haven’t already – 10 reasons that might explain a bad run).  Continue reading


10 reasons that might explain a bad run

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – 99% of the time, you’ll come back from a run feeling better than when you left with an absolute runners high. However, 1% of the time, you come back feeling that the run was rubbish, wishing you had never bothered. That happened to me this morning, but rather than feeling sorry for myself, I always try to analyse the reasons and react accordingly. Continue reading