Month: March 2018

London Landmarks Half Marathon

Sunday 25th March saw me take part in the inaugural London Landmarks Half Marathon. As the title suggests, the brand new closed road run boasted a route full of cultural and iconic landmarks including Big Ben, St Pauls Cathedral, The Tower of London and… Continue Reading “London Landmarks Half Marathon”

Preparing for the Isle of Wight Challenge

In six weeks time the Isle of Wight Challenge will be done and dusted, and most likely still evident with the aches and pains expected post challenge. I have come a long way with my walking in the last few months and I have… Continue Reading “Preparing for the Isle of Wight Challenge”

Training with Friends!

When I heard I had a place in the London Marathon back in October 2016 I made the most sensible decision to stop my boot camp membership. With the long gruelling months ahead, getting the miles under my belt, I did not have the… Continue Reading “Training with Friends!”

Lessons learned from The London Marathon.

As I step out early at weekends, heading to meet fellow team mates and train for our long Isle of Wight adventure I often spot runners. Runners racking up the miles, up early to get their training done before most people are awake. Running… Continue Reading “Lessons learned from The London Marathon.”