They say that you learn a lot about yourself when training for and running a marathon. I am not sure who ‘they’ are but they weren’t wrong. Both of my parents have run marathons in the past. I had seen firsthand how a marathon can break someone down, how it brings out raw emotion, and how it will take you to the edge and then shove you right over. I was under no illusion about what could happen, but there were vests to chase and dreams to be realised, this was my time.
Ello ello, how are we all doing? Did you know I ran the Great South Run? I think I did a very good job of keeping it quiet 😉 First it was Greggsland a few weeks back and now it was time to tackle the Navy Capital of England!
Are ya alreet, pet? If you are one of the unlucky ones who follows me on any kind of social media you may have seen I’ve been spamming A LOT about my run in GNR. I am not even sorry either. What went down in Greggsland was pure belta.
The TL;DR on the ‘Lockdown Marathon’ is my coach gave me a… talking to… and thus it was “shit canned” (Rikki James). So the only way to make up for this is to update you extensively on my track season this year. You may celebrate.
Hey, how have you been? I know I’ve been quiet and not my usual self. But I can explain if you’ll take me back?…Pretty please?… Awww, fanks xxx Okay, I’ll come clean and explain what’s been going on.
“A race is a work of art that people can look at and be affected in as many ways they’re capable of understanding.” Steve Prefontaine The big double two oh is upon us. The blog officially has a purpose! All the posts before this meant nothing to me. They were just one night stands ofContinue reading “Weekly Recap #8 – 05/01/2020”
“The last three or four reps is what makes the muscle grow. This area of pain divides a champion from someone who is not a champion.” Arnold Schwarzenegger So, how was your Christmas? I hope your family didn’t trigger you too badly! It’s currently that odd time of year between Christmas and New Year. You’reContinue reading “Weekly Recap #7 – 29/12/2019”
h, hello there. Fancy meeting you in a place like this? Do you come here often? Well you bloody well should! It’s time to round up the week 🙂
This is the story about how my younger brother turned himself into the machine that he currently is.