15. 06. 2015
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Group Coaching

Group Coaching

If you want to learn to run, improve your running technique or get faster, then check out the women-only courses that I provide through my company Fitbitch, empowering women through fitness, one run...

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15. 06. 2015
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Pollesden Lacey 10km

Pollesden Lacey 10km

I’ve run through cities, breathtaking trails and along the coastlines of everywhere from Salvador De Bahia to Santa Cruz. But racing through the estate of a stately home is a new one on...

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09. 06. 2015
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The Bare Facts: essential grooming for runners

You spend all winter training for a marathon, the unsightly affects of chafing and lord knows what else hidden beneath layers. What to do when the sun shines, eek? Read my grooming guide...

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09. 06. 2015
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Beachy Head Marathon

Fancy a friendly trail marathon where you can stop for beer or buns? This could be the one. Read my review in Runner’s World

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04. 06. 2015
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Fancy running abroad? Read what Portugal has to offer

Fancy running abroad? Read what Portugal has to offer

Read about all the races, not to mention the food that you can enjoy when running in Portugal in my feature for Run ABC http://northernrunningguide.com/news/a-toast-to-portugal   We will be running a Girls Run...

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04. 06. 2015
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I ran a marathon in secret, S magazine

    LISA BURSTOW, a 48-year-old administrator from Brighton tells Rachael Woolston why she kept her race challenge quiet, even from those closest to her – husband Nigel and their two children Billy,...

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03. 06. 2015
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Training Plans with Strava

So, I realise that I’ve only just posted about Strava. But, they have just launched a new training plan feature for Premium Members which looks great. All the plans are designed for peak...

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21. 05. 2015
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Running with Jo Pavey

Running with Jo Pavey

For world champion runner, Jo Pavey, the key to becoming a better runner has not been the tempo sessions nor the track work but becoming a mother Last week, I was fortunate enough...

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11. 05. 2015
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Why I love Strava

I used to think pace, intervals, recording personal bests or pace was for ‘old school’ runners.   I was a run and explore kind of runner, taking strides for enjoyment and to de-stress,...

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07. 05. 2015
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The FlipBelt, £25

There are few things more annoying than a jingling bunch of keys bouncing  in your pocket when you run. And who EVER manages one of those arm bands which are meant to hold...

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