Hormones: #jigglingjugs

Hormones  It’s been a game of two halves this week, as these football pundits like to say. This blog was going to be about my breathtaking achievement of running over 4k without a break. I’m so glad I didn’t boast about this glory as when I went back to the gym two days later, I crashed and […]

What Is Your Biggest Fitness Challenge?

So last week in my wonderful Facebook group I asked my ladies a question. What is your biggest fitness struggle at the moment? And the biggest response was the option, the motivation to keep going. Which got me thinking. Why do we feel the need to brand ourselves An Exerciser? If you are genuinely struggling with […]

Running To Work

I am a runner. I am also a mother. Therefore I can’t just casually announce that I am off for a leisurely trot around the park whenever the urge strikes. My exercise time is scheduled, bartered, planned and precious! This post is to get you thinking about whether you could fit active travel into your […]

Winter Fitness Training Tips

Winter Fitness Training Tips Dark evenings, gusty gales and freezing temperatures are hardly alluring conditions for continuing your outdoor training sessions or active commutes this winter. However with a few additions to your kit, and maybe a shift in your mind set, you can still enjoy exercising outdoors. Of course there is a simple solution […]

My Year In Fitness – Day 346 #MYIF2014

Today I could have so easily sacked off my run to stay tucked up at home with a hot water bottle and some Christmas films! However I convinced myself to go out for a quick run. I ended up feeling really strong so I went a bit further than I’d planned. Its funny how the […]

My Year In Fitness – Day 165 #MYIF2014

I’ve been looking forward to today’s session all week. Today Holly and I did a hill sprint session. Being in Sheffield we are not lacking on hills so we put them to good use today! Hill sprints are great for everything. They are tough, they burn and they make you feel sick (if not actually […]