Edinburgh marathon was completed yesterday after the worst build up I’ve ever had for a race! The key difficulty came in the fact that Brighton marathon was 7 weeks ago, but somehow I had to get a decent block of training in whilst recovering well from the race.
This is a question I get asked every day as a gait/injury/footwear analyst and honestly I can understand why! Since being in the industry over 1 1years now (blimey I feel old), I have seen so much information saying how footwear should fit, do you just add a size to your current normal footwear or … More How should a running shoe fit my foot?
With running and any exercise adventure you learn a lot about yourself. Personally, I think in nothing more so than the marathon. It teaches you your physical limits and your capabilities. You learn how to persist through hard times and realise how fighting for something eventually reaps the rewards! One thing I’ve realised recently is, … More The Marathon and the Processing Failure
In 2014, I was working for Nike on the Women’s floor of the incredible Nike Town London. I was still competing for Brunel and my county throwing Discus and Shot Put at the time and running was the last thing I’d planned on doing. Rotating in an 2m circle was enough 😂 But me being … More 3 Years Since My First Run