I take running too seriously. I know that. I am not a professional runner, nor am I anywhere close to being a professional runner, and what I do, I do entirely for fun. I love running. I love this new world of multi-sport training I have found myself in. I love the people I have… Continue reading Be more Mo.
I’m now into week 5 of being a ‘triathlete’. I knew I’d enjoy training for a triathlon. I love running, don’t get me wrong, but I used to swim heaps, and have always really liked cycling, so I had an inkling that doing all three would suit me well. Training for the marathon this year… Continue reading Making the transition
Today The Telegraph published an article, by Rebecca Holman, under the banner of ‘women’s health’ critiquing the way the fitness industry has progressed over the past few years: moving from women just ‘going to the gym’ into ‘training’. It was an article that really riled me, and I know it angered a lot of my… Continue reading In reply to Rebecca Holman
I am a marathon runner and triathlete – and I am intolerant to gluten and dairy products. It’s not always been the case: I contracted giardiasis whilst on my gap year in Thailand aged 18, and didn’t do anything about it, so it kind of ruined my stomach. It was tough for a while:… Continue reading Intolerances, marathons and me