Running after having a baby: physio advice

Running after having a baby: physio advice I saw Niamh at 8 weeks and 6 months post delivery. And, as I found her guidance invaluable, I asked her to write a few words of advice for new mums. By Niamh Burn MSCP Pre and Postnatal Pelvic Health Physiotherapist When can I run after having a [...]

2019-08-13T17:55:11+01:0014 August 2019|

Autumn half marathon goal: Great Eastern Run

Autumn half marathon goal: Great Eastern Run Try again, fail again, fail better. If you’ve been here a while, you’ll know I’ve failed many times over at things. I failed multiple times before actually running a Boston Qualifier. I had so much fun doing that, I decided not to enter and now I’ve started failing [...]

2019-07-24T16:11:05+01:0025 July 2019|

What it’s like to lead a beginner runners group

What it’s like to lead a beginner runners group Sarah has led Lazy Girl Running beginners groups at Hampstead Heath and Downhills Park, Tottenham. I asked her to write a blog on how she’s found it. "I HATE RUNNING!" One of my runners let out a groan. "ME TOO!" I said quickly. Then caught myself. [...]

2019-06-23T16:13:53+01:0024 June 2019|

Running on holiday: you don’t have to

Running on holiday: you don’t have to When I work with a runner, I ask them for any holidays they have coming up and we plan their training around it. Sometimes, for runners who have a hectic regular life because of work or caring duties, or both, holidays can mean more time to train and [...]

2019-06-16T18:47:46+01:0017 June 2019|

5 Reasons You’re Not Running Faster

5 Reasons You're Not Running Faster You're running too fast For distance runners (that's you if you're training for anything from a 5k to a marathon or beyond) you're training for endurance. You need good aerobic fitness. In order to train your body to go faster in your aerobic zone, you need to slow right [...]

2019-05-16T11:12:07+01:0022 May 2019|