Running from a “Midlife Crisis”

Runners tend to get used to people thinking they’re weird. The lifestyle and the “Why?” can be baffling for non-runners. They find the  embracing of suffering, the punishing of the body   and self-discipline all too strange and difficult to grasp. So like other runners I take the funny remarks and the jibes in my stride. […]

Read More
Advertisements

We are all lopsided

What you think you look like while running and what you actually look like are two very different things. Unless constantly running alongside a full-length mirror, it’s impossible to notice the nuances of a running pattern. In life we love symmetry, equilibrium and balance. There is beauty in proportion, and it’s found throughout nature – a […]

Read More

Exploring the Unknown Solution

Guest blog Courtesy of Joanne Dowds MISCP To get better a running, you need to run, but that’s nearly too simple. Mixing in strength training helps prevent injury; speed training helps built towards the finish line. But what if there is a third way, trying something new or unexpected with unknown results;  innovation.  If you […]

Read More