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Alison’s marathon Blog Part 3

Alison’s marathon Blog Part 3

The training has been going well but I am having a few doubts about the programme I am following. I still feel slow and ploddy! This is because I know I should be doing more cross training, gym work and certainly speed drills and hills. I know this would instantly...
Alison’s marathon Blog: Part 2

Alison’s marathon Blog: Part 2

I trained again last Sunday and continued where I left off, I did two hours steady as per my programme. I ran well and recovered well. This week I continued with the plan but on Wednesday I added TRx lunges, squats and some core work. I need to get much stronger,...
Alison’s Marathon Blog: Part 1

Alison’s Marathon Blog: Part 1

Last year I completed my first Marathon in Paris, having run since I was ten done far too much too young, I have some wear and tear in my knees and thought I should try and complete one of my lifetime ambitions before it was too late. Even though my training wasn’t...
Marathon Memories

Marathon Memories

I have run since I was 10 years old, and as a child I was a decent club runner.  As an adult I have enjoyed just training and the occasional race. In 2004 I had my little boy, which stopped all my running. I have to admit I did wonder how I would feel not being able...
Food and Energy You Need For Exercise

Food and Energy You Need For Exercise

The food you eat before, during and after exercise is important for both comfort and performance during exercise. Energy foods help prevent your body from depleting its energy stores too quickly when exercising; those foods can be in the form of bars, drinks, gels and...