How To Take A Good Running Selfie

It seems a lot of you want to know how to take a running selfie, I get asked about it frequently. If you follow me on Instagram you’ll know I routinely post running photos, and most of them have been taken on a solo run. I never thought about taking a running selfie until I followed

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The Osprey Hydraulics 2L Reservoir

I was in desperate need for new water reservoir for running after returning the one I was borrowing to its rightful owner. My sister came up trumps, giving me the Osprey Hydraulics 2L reservoir for Christmas. I’ve been keen to review it, but wanted to make good use of it before giving you the low

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Lessons Learnt From Running*

*So Far Aside from my ongoing sciatic twinges, I’m delighted with how my running has developed over the last 12 months. I’ve enjoyed regular running and have completed some cracking races. Running in recent years has been a fulfilling experience and along the way I’ve learnt a few lessons about what works for me.  Faster

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My 2018 Running Goals

2018 is upon us and it’s been the usual time of reflection. When it comes to running, I don’t have much to complain about. 2017 has been pretty good on the running front. I’ve completed some fantastic races, my times have improved, and my confidence has grown. Thinking ahead, here’s what I’d like to achieve

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Overtaking: What Is Good Race Etiquette?

Us runners are a friendly bunch really. To outsiders we may seem part of a clique; a closed group who appear a bit intimidating and unapproachable. But the opposite is true. Becoming part of a running group can be a big step for some, whether it’s joining a running club or rocking up at events

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The Roseland August Trail (RAT)

Why The Roseland August Trail? The Mud Crew’s Roseland August Trail (The RAT) needs no introduction. I’m a Mud Crew fan. I’m a RAT fan. If you read my 2017 race review, you’ll know how keen I was to take part again. I’ve had two outings doing the White RAT (the 11 mile route) so I

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