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My Advice…Lace Up And Just Go! by Jo

My Advice…Lace Up And Just Go! by Jo

My name ‘s Jo. I’m 46. I have been running for 4 years, and love it! Here’s my story!   I came late into running, and still feel like an amateur most days! Anyone else struggle with calling themselves a ‘proper’ runner? And when do you stop calling yourself an amateur?   November 2015, I decided it was now or never. Fed up of being...

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Life Lessons and Running – An Analogy by Sarah

Life Lessons and Running – An Analogy by Sarah

"Everything you ever wanted to know about yourself you can learn in 26.2 miles" - Lori Culnane. I have always had a passion for running, partly thanks to my dad, something that I am forever grateful for. I remember my sister and I joining him on his weekly time trials and lining up for...

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It’s Ok Not To Be Ok by John

It’s Ok Not To Be Ok by John

My name is John Gifford, Dad of 2, family man and average Joe. This is my running story.  I’ve always dabbled in running as a way to keep fit when I used to play football. However in 2018 my running journey really kicked off and became more important to me...

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Running Against The Odds by Charlotte

Running Against The Odds by Charlotte

I’ve been lucky enough to previously write a blog post for Runr in February 2018. At that time, I had to pause my training for the London Marathon, as I was suffering from severe concussion after slipping over on ice (a trip to Accident and Emergency was involved although thankfully...

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Using Running To Combat Anxiety by Michelle

Using Running To Combat Anxiety by Michelle

I am a runner, I am a runner, I am a runner August 2015 I decided to run. I had always been a gym bunny, I would love hopping on the cross trainer for an hour, rowing or attempting a small run on the treadmill and then finding it too...

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