You decide upon a new goal, maybe to get fit, lose weight after a holiday, run a marathon etc. Then what? Join a gym? Go on a diet? How often has this approach actually worked for you? I believe that in order to achieve your goals, you need to have 3 vital components in place
The last time you needed to lose weight, did you go on a diet? When you wanted to get fit, did you join a gym? If you answered yes to those questions, how long did you stick to the plan? If you "fell off the wagon", what was the catalyst for you falling off it?
"What should I wear when I run?" "What are the best clothes to wear for running?" I get asked this a lot at my 0-5k group and from PT clients looking to get into running. There are a few things to consider so if you're thinking about this as well, here are a few tips:
The weather is getting warmer and so it's time to get the vests and shorts on. For a runner though, you need to take extra care. Here are my tips on how to run in the heat. Before you head out for your training run under that bright yellow thing, there are a few things you
Do you get out of bed each morning feeling like an 80 year old? Do you feel you need to stretch out your back after getting up from your desk at the end of the day? Do you constantly feel stiff no matter how much stretching you do? If you're like me, nothing feels better
I'm sure you all remember the iconic scene from the film Chariots of Fire with the group of young men running along the beach at St. Andrews. In case you're not as old as me, I would imagine that you're more familiar with the Mr Bean version from the opening ceremony at the London Olympics: