A review of the Asics Motion ID gait analysis service and rant about companies ripping people off.
Reflections on the awkwardness of running barefoot wrt. civic duty.
Low entry cost is an oft cited benefit of running cf other forms of exercise. You don’t need much stuff to get running. Maybe a pair of trainers. Maybe some … Continue reading
I’ve just finished another run streak. I managed to rack up 278.7km in January. It’s not my heaviest month ever, but I’m super pleased with it. I’ve been doing a … Continue reading
A really easy approach to using a heart rate monitor in your training.
Shhh…. dont tell a soul: this is really about running bags and commuting.
A reactionary rant about how cycling culture took a wrong turn back there somewhere
injuries, running, blah blah blah.
Why David Bradford’s article is annoying.
Finished. Today is the last day of January, and so the last day of my post christmas run streak. I managed 32 days, and I’m assuming tomorrow will be a … Continue reading
Registering at the trail head, leaving fear on the tarmac and entering the heart of darkness.
I meant to write about Malaysia, but wrote about London instead.
Several weeks ago I had a fight with my six year old son. A play fight. A fight which ended in me slipping, tripping, going arse over tit and whacking … Continue reading
Hypocritical musings about Fallon, Syria, anger management and making the world a better place
A review of the Maffetone Method. Easy running, low carb diets and dreadful typography.
The end of my longest streak ever. Do a running streak, running streaks are amazing.
NSFW, SFW, depends how much your usage policy objects to poorly censored pictures of naked men having mid life crises
A comparison of two running for music features, why they’re disappointing, and a whole load of music whilst running related FUN
More running naked through the woods.
A review of McDougall’s latest book: a bit silly, but still highly recommended.
On almost finishing the second half of capital ring.
Compression stockings, face sitting and tubes of fabric that cost £30.
Train to brighton with Brompton Vegan picnic on Brighton beach Successful work-y meeting with very interesting man (inc. impromptu astrology reading) Conversation about merits and demerits of vapourisers (inc. impromotu … Continue reading
I know that my swimming is fairly horrible. When I’m at the pool, and I think I’m going hell for leather, I’m fairly frequently overtaken not just by the obviously … Continue reading
A write up of last week’s naked run
Thinking about running, but not in so much depth it stops being fun. hopefully.
Some thoughts on naked racing and the first race i’ll compete in this year
You have got to get these all up in your headphones.
Public swimming pools and the double edged sword of twenty pound goggles.
I’ve been thinking about my race schedule this summer, especially whether I am going to try to run an ultra.
Reflecting on stuff which is hard, and stuff which isn’t, and mostly what it feels like when you land on stuff which is with force.
Parker’s heart rate training program laid bare. or not.
These charts were so pretty I had to share. My wife recommended the perfect place for hill reps: Camberwell Grove, 5 minutes jog from our flat, 1km long, about 30m … Continue reading
Oxymorons aplenty, reviews of some of the barefoot shoes I’ve tried. Inov8 F-lite, Merrell Trail Gloves, no shoes at all: it’s all here.