What can I say? This was one of my best runs. After Ross and being under prepared I got myself sorted and in two weeks turned it around. While 5km is not long it is a fast run, and I wanted to feel confident on the flat loop and be able to push myself. I … Continue reading Crank-e 5k: 16/9/18
City 2 Casino 11k (7k)
It was all going well until it wasn't. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it all falls in a heap. And sometimes it gets all muddled up. Which is what happened for my last race. I was all over the training, and then I was over the training. Life and general busyness got in the way and … Continue reading City 2 Casino 11k (7k)
The 10km plan
You’ve run a marathon, you’ve run more halves than you can count (training runs included) and now you decided you want to have a training plan for 10km runs. Whaaat??? The answer is pretty simple. To help me get enjoyment out of running again. Less pressure on performance, and more on fun. At Ross last … Continue reading The 10km plan
Cadbury 10k – 14/1/18
After a month or more off and doing pretty well nothing since Point to Pinnacle I was sorely under trained for this race. I made an effort to get a few runs in and mediocre strength training, at least so my joints would be able to manage to movement. Each run was tough and wore … Continue reading Cadbury 10k – 14/1/18
GCAM 17 part 2, the race
I get to my corral and, feeling a moment of relief, settle for what feels like half a second to catch my breath. Still feeling a little panicked and out of breath I take off my jacket, and yank on the tutu, all a little too fast to be comfortable. Tying the jacket to the … Continue reading GCAM 17 part 2, the race
Night running – be organised and be safe
My running backyard is all windy roads with very little curbing or footpath. It's all mainly coastal country roads or gravel roads on steep hills with no where to go when cars come past. I've learnt over the last twelve months how to manoeuvre these roads and be as safe as possible until the last … Continue reading Night running – be organised and be safe
The end of an amazing year means….
This year I have had many awesome runs, many less than ideal runs. I've run over 915kms as if writing this, I've run PB's and completely fallen short of them. I've learnt many things about myself, about my body, my mind and my strength. I am stronger, fitter and happier than I was in January. … Continue reading The end of an amazing year means….