Category: Marathon Advice

Wave Inspire 9 | More Dynamic & Supportive Than Ever Before!

Wave Inspire 9 More Dynamic and Supportive than ever before   Dynamic and fast, the latest Wave Inspire 9 offers runners a moderate pronation support shoe with advancements in fit and motion control. As part of Mizuno’s ‘Moments’ campaign, the Wave Inspire 9 is designed to work in harmony with the wearer to reinforce the […]

21/11/2012 | 0 Comments More

Wave Rider 16 | Smoother, lighter and faster

Ive been running with the Wave Rider 15 Limited Edition shoes since just before the Olympics and as a pronating runner Ive never got on with any neutral shoe until trying out the Wave Rider, its light, and great to run in! So looking forward to getting the latest edition on my feet for a […]

21/11/2012 | 0 Comments More

Choosing The Right Shoe | There’s No Single Best Shoe

There is no single best shoe, everyone has different needs.  Your weight, the surface you run on, and obviously the shape of your feet mean that one persons ideal shoe can be terrible for another. We divide our shoes into three main categories are: Cushioning Stability Motion Control And then the 3 minor categories are: […]

05/06/2012 | 0 Comments More

GENIE BRA | As Seen in OK Magazine

NO WIRES, NO HOOKS, NO ADJUSTING STRAPS A Pack of 3 for Just £39.95 + FREE P&P This smooth seamless cup design bra eliminates embrassing bulges, lines & creases. Stretches to any shape or bust, doubles as a camisole. Simple sizing with no need for chest measurements or cup sizes – just pick your dress […]

29/05/2012 | 0 Comments More

Marathon Pacing

So how do you get that marathon time you are after? Well by working out your pacing for each mile and key marker points is a great way to keep you on track. Finish Time(Target) Half Marathon Target Mile Pace 2hrs 59mins 1hr 29mins 30secs 6mins 50secs 3hrs 30mins 1hr 45mins 8mins 3hrs 56mins 1hr […]

08/05/2012 | 0 Comments More

Mikes Top Novice Marathon Training Tips

Adopt a holistic approach, it’s essential to look at your whole lifestyle when you are thinking about commencing a marathon training programme. Involve family and friends; there is a lot of training needed to complete a successful marathon, so involving family and friends into your new found obsession helps with any conflict of time consumed by your […]

29/02/2012 | 1 Comment More

X-SOCKS | Accumulator Run Sock for the long distance runner

This partial compression sock has been developed especially for the long distance runner, so when I was looking around for the best sock possible for my needs as an Ultra Runner, I jumped at the chance to trial these socks and they have definitely come up top trumps! The partial compression stabilises your muscles, improves […]

29/02/2012 | 2 Comments More

What should I take to a Race?

Novice | Experienced Club Runner | Athlete Just don’t forget to bring these essential pieces of kit to your next race… Hat or visor & Sunglasses: Protection from the sun and to help you look the part, remember the sun doesn’t need to be hot, if it’s sunny protect yourself. I recommend the X-Bionic Visor […]

29/02/2012 | 10 Comments More

London Marathon Training Running into a Little Difficulty?

Last Sunday I went out with a personal training client of mine for a long run as part of their training for this year’s London Marathon.  It had been a good weeks training and we were looking to push for a personal best.  The previous Sunday they had to endure a serious stitch for a […]

22/02/2012 | 1 Comment More

Half Marathon Training With Mike Buss | Part 6

Follow Mike Buss  World Record Breaking Endurance Athlete for your preparations for this year’s Half Marathon training with just one week to go. ONE WEEK TO GO – Get Ready: You should have broken in your shoes, the sports drink tried and tested, long runs getting easier and thinking what to do after the Swindon […]

12/02/2012 | 1 Comment More