2019: My Year for Confidence

I have never considered myself one to be pressured by the actions and habits of others. From a young age, I have always been encouraged to stick to my agenda and be myself. However, this summer I was struck with a great sense of self-doubt. I wanted to ignore all the things I loved and […]

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Inspirational People - Timothy Olsen

Two of the most powerful poems written twined with the inspiration of Timothy Olson - Ultra Runner, stunning! Do not go gentle into that good night Dylan Thomas, 1914 - 1953 Do not go gentle into that good night, Old age should burn and rave at close of day; Rage, rage against the dying of […]

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Richard's Terrific Treats

These little treats are great for refuelling between race laps or when you are on the move and need a compact snack.  However, before you start this recipe you will need a few portions of my power porridge, the recipe for which is here. The Gubins 300g Organic Peanut Butter (Crunchy or Smooth) 100g Organic […]

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My Year as a Spartan - Aroo

I have a love/hate relationship with Spartan races, I love the quality of their obstacle, the weight of their carries and their liking for hills, what I don’t like is the fact that they are a franchise and as such are a fast food style race, you know what you’re getting the moment you sign […]

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Depression Is A Wasp!

This was supposed to be about my first triathlon, but it kind of went a little of course and I will have to write that next, this is a little different. Last year I wrote a blog piece that turned into a sort of mission statement, I was full of motivation. I then achieved my […]

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Rise and Shine….

“Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all." Said by Dale Carnegie, born into poverty on a farm in Missouri, he was the author of How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936), a bestseller that […]

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My First Try At A Tri

The advice I received for my first triathlon...

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Spartathlon - Retracing the Footsteps of Pheidippides

I arrive in Sparta and kiss the King Leonidas statue; I am exhausted and emotionally drained. I get my phone out of my bag and tearfully ring my wife: ‘Anna, I’ve conquered Sparta! That was so hard, I have nothing else to prove, and I will never come back here again’. That was 2016. So […]

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36 Tips For Popping Your Ironman Cherry

A year ago I signed up for a challenge that I was unsure I would complete. A year ago I could not swim front crawl. A year ago I was terrified of cycling. A year on I am an Ironwoman and to be honest, if I can do it anyone can. Here are a few […]

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My 26.2 miles…. plus the journey there!

Who would had thought that I could run 26.2 miles?? Four years ago I could not even run 1 mile; now I can run 26.2, and this is my story. Pre Marathon Many moons ago my Dad completed his second London Marathon, and out of the blue, I said to him that I would run […]

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Marathon Madness

The 1904 Olympic Marathon was more Gruesome than The Hunger Games, and every athlete had it worse than the other. The marathon is one of the most iconic events at the Olympics, taking place on the very last day just before the closing ceremony. But today’s competitions are nothing compared to the 1904 race that […]

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The Baby and The Bathwater – Stick to The Plan

History seems to repeat itself at the gym for a lot of people. They start off with the best intentions, they get a decent plan together for how they are going to achieve their goal, and they get cracking. They’re in the gym for a month or two, and things are going well, and they’re […]

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