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Category Archives: Injury

33/56 – Spin

There was good news on Tuesday evening when I had an assessment session with Pete down at the Accelerate Performance Centre. My recovery has progressed slightly ahead of schedule and there is a possibility of starting very light training again … Continue reading

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18/56 – In Hiding

I wish I had better news, I really do. I don’t want to jump on here every few weeks and recount another tale of woe, another previously uncharted depth I have somehow managed to dive to in this broiling ocean … Continue reading

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Running and the Beyond, a Note for Beginners

  Allow me to tell you a story. By way of introduction, it’s a story about me – if you’ll excuse the occasional drama – and a story about running. And you can be in it too, if you like. … Continue reading

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From Sheffield to Chamonix – Part 2. Kneehab.

Training was going well until the first week of August, where one bad foot plant in the middle of a brilliant session repping Win Hill set me back about four months. The knee problems that have plagued me since the … Continue reading

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What doesn’t kill you…

  Strength & Conditioning. It’s optional. But so is good form.  And who’s opting for bad form….? What is Strength & Conditioning? It’s the fundamentals.  It’s isolating the important elements that contribute to your overall performance and improving them step … Continue reading

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