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Transition Time is almost here...
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Jul 3rd 2013
Just a few weeks to go now until the 'big push'. By day, I live in the land of pilates bolster cushions, slip on trainers, gym balls and breathing exercises. I'm stupidly hungry all the time apart from when I'm stupidly full. The thought of going an...
Running School: Turning up the Speed
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Dec 4th 2012
Time for Running This time of year is one of my favorites for running. It can be cold outside, but on days like today when the sun is out and with some appropriate running gear I find these conditions great for training. My running sessions have...
Progress at last!
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Jun 15th 2012
Well I must say all this core training has been a revelation. Not only am I enjoying it, but I am seeing some progress at lastl! Nothing I can see visually but I can defiantly say I am getting stronger. Free weights, TRX and some balance work, ti...
Cross Country Skiing
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Mar 1st 2010
Recently tried cross country skiing for the first time. Was great fun and a fantastic break from the usual routine. Was all the better for the lovely company and views of the French Pyrenees. The weather in the UK has been awful and although we ha...
Post Ironman Blues
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Nov 6th 2009
Having now finished my Ironman in a not unrespectable 14hrs and 47mins, my immediate default feeling is one of relief. However I am now starting experience another sensation not unlike apprehension. Could I possibly be missing my Ironman traini...
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