Part of training for the marathon means running half marathons, and this is my post about my first half of the year, the Brooklyn half marathon.
Good morning/afternoon/evening dear reader. In the few weeks since I last posted, I've went up to 9.5 and then 11 miles of running today in preparation for next week's Brooklyn half marathon. To say today's 11 miles was tough is an understatement. Last week, I felt really good after 9.5 miles that you wouldn't think … Continue reading Double figure milage is tough!
Running a marathon isn't just about me. Here I will tell you how my training is going, as well as introduce one of the Charities I will be raising funds for.
I encountered the first disappointment of running in 2017 this year. New York Road Runners have had a 10k race for the past few years in association with the New York Tartan week festivities, but didn't do so this year. As a Scotsman, the chance to run in a race dedicated to your country was … Continue reading A Scotsman running in the… Scottish Run? Not this year.
Good morning/afternoon/evening all. When you think of training for a marathon, obviously the first thing you think about is the training to run the 26.2 miles you have to cover. However, that's only half the battle I feel I will have to face come November. I'll also need to train myself to get over the … Continue reading The Other Training – Bridge Training.
The NYRR Gridiron 4M race is a fun one, but I gave it a miss this week to the relief of one group of NFL fans.
How has the weather affected your running efforts? Here I discuss how this week was decimated my running and some historical stories.
Good morning/afternoon/evening reader (delete as appropriate), and welcome to my first ever blog post. Before I start, let me apologise for a few things.....
It is Sunday January 15th, and I have finally finished my first run of the year. Why the 2 week wait?...