'I've turned into one of those people who go jogging in parks that I used to hate' - Sam Taylor-Wood If I'm going to go for a jog, which i'm trying to do more often these days; I heavily prefer to do it outside rather than on a treadmill in a gym. The fresh air … Continue reading When dogs and joggers collide
'Habits like blogging often and regularly, writing down the way you think, being clear about what you think are effective tactics, ignoring the burbling crowd and not eating bacon. All of these are useful habits' - Seth Godin I’m not normally a fan of reflective summary posts. Actually, I’ll rephrase that, I love reading other … Continue reading Improve your reality or lower your expectations…
'Only when you are challenged, and only when you challenge yourself, do you discover what truly matters' - David Levithan Running. Where do i beginning with my running story? Well it's less of a story and more of an anthology these days considering. To cut a very long story short, I started running in 2013 … Continue reading Road to the Great North Run 2017
'It's not that your goals are physically impossible that's keeping you from achieving them; it's that you lack the self-discipline to stick to them. It's physically possible to lose weight. It's physically possible to exercise more' - Daniel Goldstein I'll openly admit that I'm probably one of the messiest, laziest person you're ever likely to … Continue reading Run a 10 Minute Mile in My Shoes….
'I don't generally like running. I believe in training by rising gently up and down from the bench' - Satchel Paige I've always had a love hate relationship with running, well with exercise in general to be honest. I only ever joined the gym because i'd started Weight Watchers and realised that the more exercise … Continue reading Getting My Running Mojo Back
''Find the level of intolerance you can tolerate and stay there' - David Horton It's been a few weeks since Dave completed the St Cuthberts Way 100K Ultra Marathon, here's how he got on: St Cuthbert’s Way winds its way from Melrose in the Scottish borders to Lindisfarne, or Holy Island on the Northumberland coast. … Continue reading Ultra Dave’s Ultra Diary: St Cuthberts Way 100K
'Chafing, black toenails, and dehydration are just the rites of passage for those of us who race 50 and 100 miles and more' - Scott Jurek It's been nearly 2 months since Dave completed the Kielder Ultra 80K race and within a week he'd signed up for another one: Dave: I felt relatively fine after … Continue reading Ultra Dave’s Ultra Diary – Holiday Edition