Training

A state of limbo – it’s easy to confuse a bear of little brain

A state of limbo – it’s easy to confuse a bear of little brain

Recovery or taper: taper or recovery? Which is it?What am I doing? What am I supposed to be doing?Argh, my brain hurts.It is now, however, too late to figure it out as I am most definitely in taper territory, as it is now the end of July and I run the Global Odyssey Gobi 100k on 12th August.

Easy like a Sunday Morning - Glentress Trail Marathon

Easy like a Sunday Morning - Glentress Trail Marathon

High Terrain Events and I have ‘previous’, in fact the Glentress Trail Marathon and I have previous. I came last in the previous two High Terrain Events that I did in 2017: Kielder 80km and the Tweed Valley 65k. When I ran in the first edition of the Glentress Trail Marathon I was a DNF at the halfway point, just not having the motivation to tackle the mud again.

Popping the Glee Cherry

Popping the Glee Cherry

Firstly, credit where credit is due, thanks to Lois for the title of this blog entry, this being her observation as we set out.

As many will know I am by nature a lone runner, but I found myself craving the company of others and so bit the bullet and made my first foray with the Glee Club, an informal monthly gathering of my fellow runners for a long a run.

Planning for 100 miles of Istria

Planning for 100 miles of Istria

The thing with enthusiasm is that it carries you along at a break neck speed until you hit that that reality check with a monumental thud. As part of my bid to stretch my wings and do some new events I fell upon 100 Miles of Istria.