Tag: Training

Active in San Diego

When I first booked a two week holiday to the golden state of California I imagined lots of down time. Time by the pool, book in hand and soaking up the glorious sun in San Diego. With all holidays, I always have a list… Continue Reading “Active in San Diego”

Training with no agenda

Its been almost three weeks since I crossed the finish line at the London Marathon and I find myself in somewhat of a conundrum. For months I had a training plan pinned to a wall; detailing mileage per day, spinning sessions and rest days… Continue Reading “Training with no agenda”

BeFit London

Last weekend saw the return of BeFit London at the Business Design Center in Islington. After missing out in 2016, I snapped up some “super early bird” tickets as soon as they became available and was thoroughly looking forward to a day of classes… Continue Reading “BeFit London”

Tested: Floatation Therapy

In attempt to ease the constant ache in my legs from training I have tried many remedies over the last few months. Deep heat, deep freeze, magnesium oils, tiger balm….you name it, I’ve tried it. I have lost count on the number of sports… Continue Reading “Tested: Floatation Therapy”

To eat all the Carbs…….

Now that the 3 week count down marker has passed, and anyone running the London Marathon is now into the tapering stages of training, it is time to really focus on adding more carbohydrates to the diet. I put my hands up now…..throughout the… Continue Reading “To eat all the Carbs…….”

Time to Taper

So this is it. The final countdown. At this time in 3 weeks, I would have completed the toughest challenge I have ever faced. Despite the fear of whats to come, I cannot wait for the day to be here and the long six… Continue Reading “Time to Taper”

You got to “tab”it out!

Tactical Advance to Battle, aka “tabbing.” I will always remember my first tabbing session. With a group of fellow Regiment Fitness members, around two years ago, I attended a training session for WAR Adrenaline Race (featured in my Blog earlier this year). During the… Continue Reading “You got to “tab”it out!”