Monthly Archives: December 2013

A Year of Trail and Fell Running

Another year of trail running and fell running and some great memories. January gave some cold, crisp, blue sky winter days, probably my favourite running conditions. In February I organised a “navigation for fell runners” course.  It was great to … Continue reading

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Motivation for Winter Running

It’s cold, wet and windy and dark by 4pm. Doesn’t particularly inspire you to go fell and trail running does it! But what’s the alternative:  Sitting at home watching telly with that nagging, guilty feeling that you haven’t been training? … Continue reading

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Inov-8 Roclite

Inov-8 Roclite have been my shoe of choice this year. I’ve used them for working, training and racing.  Unfortunately the rough gritstone, coarse heather and acidic peat of the Peak District have taken their toll and after 878 kilometres (I … Continue reading

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Running or Playing?

I have a little playground in the Peak District that is perfect for trail running. Some days I don’t want to train hard, I want a recovery run or an easy session. Sometimes the weather is just too good to … Continue reading

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