All New For The Arc of Attrition 2019. My first experience as an Arc Angel was last year, at the Porthleven checkpoint. Since then Mudcrew Events have made a few changes for the Arc of Attrition 2109. It’s still the same mind boggling 100 mile ultra running event, but now boasts a shorter (and kinder?) 50
Running in the dark can be exciting and thrilling but can also come with some potential precarious feelings and heightened vulnerability. With the winter upon us, days are shorter and it’s not always possible to run in daylight hours. Some races take place around the clock and we may need to practice running in the
If you’re a runner and you check things out online, I guess there’s a chance you’ve seen the wonderful Inov8 video showing runners hammering a downhill section of a fell race. I find it exciting to watch, and a little dangerous. It takes confidence and practice to run freely downhill without feeling like you’re going to
If you run frequently and consistently, there’s a greater probability that some pesky running injuries will come your way at some point. Me? Well 2018 has defined me as an injury pro. Not everything I’ve had has been running related, but I’ve had to stop running for a while and focus on rehab and recovery.
Deciding to enter a race is quite a big deal. Whether it’s a couch to 5k or a 100 miler, having the mental strength to get you to the finish line is essential. If you’re sensible you would’ve trained well making sure your body can handle the distance. It doesn’t end there though; you need
St Anthony Head is my favourite trail running route so I thought I’d share it with you. Although I’m a runner, it’s popular with walkers too. Either way, take your time and soak up the views. It’s simply beautiful. St Anthony Head sits on The Roseland Peninsula on the south west Cornish coastpath. This route