What is femininity? If you asked me 6 months ago, I would have said it’s high heels, dresses and a ridiculous love for pink. If I am honest, I would have been a bit judgemental about it all. I prefer to focus on rolling around in mud and playing in the hills. Growing up I was never a “girly girl”, but…
This weather just screams adventure time! I don’t know about you guys, but there is something about the sunny weather that just gives me that extra boost to try new things and get out the door.
Big events can offer a lot (they got me into running in the first place) but it’s the small community lead races that normally end up having a special place in my heart. And Muckle Toon Half Marathon this weekend was a prime example of everything that I love about the trail running community. At only £20 for a ticket…
I want to do it all! From exploring the world in my trail shoes, to creating my own home in the countryside and having a fulfilling career. And obviously not forgetting spreading my love for adventure!
I’ve started trying to write this blog a ridiculous amount of times, how on earth do I sum up my full ultra-training and ultra-running experience in one post? The whole thing currently feels like this amazing, surreal and emotional bubble. I’m almost too scared to believe it’s all true in case it pops.
From, “how do you find new routes?” to “how do you avoid running chafe? Over the last couple of years I’ve had a quite a few questions about how I personally train for long distance races including my most recent challenge, my first ultra-marathon.
Do you ever have a pinch yourself moment? A moment where you’re so happy you feel it’s almost too good to be true.
After all my hard work and training, what if I’m that one runner last over the finish line?
Last Saturday marked the first event in my running calendar for 2018 and it was a welcome return to the Foxtrail Winter Running Series. I took part in their Nocturnal Ultra Relay last December, and am now hooked on their events!
A year ago I voiced my opinion on the fact that harassment when out running is unacceptable. It frustrated me how in general, the advice given was around runners changing their behaviour. The way these messages were communicated could, in my opinion, instil fear and even stop people from discovering the physical and mental health benefits of running.