This shoe for me is one of the best new comers in the neutral range this season! The Ride now in its 10th year of production, technically and aesthetically is a phenomenal shoe…below I’ll talk about why I think it ticks all the boxes! Advertisements
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
So two weeks of recovery are done for me (with a Barry’s and a weights session thrown in there which I probably should not have done 🙃)! So less than 5 weeks until Edinburgh marathon time- cool 👀 How do you prepare for another marathon only 6weeks since the last? Well that’s the journey I’m … More Two marathons in 7 weeks
Once you’ve been training up for a big race, be that a 10k, a half or marathon, for some reason the final days leading up to it we allow self doubt to put a dark shadow over us. Well that’s what happened to me before Brighton. I let everything from a little niggle in my … More Self Belief for Race Day
It goes without saying that the achievement of crossing the finish line of a marathon is unrivalled. It’s not just completion of a race, it’s completion of doing something you trained you body to do for 4 months and crossing the line victorious no matter the result! This is something I’ve had to repeat to … More Brighton Marathon Race Report
We had been planning this trip for over 6 months and last Friday, the weekend of Berlin Half marathon had finally arrived. 8 running lasses, one city and a race was on the cards! Who knew it would be so eventful for so many 😂🙈
Of course, it goes without saying that during marathon training we should be eating as nutritionally well as possible. The extra exertion we expect from our bodies requires the correct fuelling for us to stay at our best (with the occasional jar of Nutella thrown in there too 😜). This year I have found, especially … More Marathon Tapering Nutrition- Iron