Because I’ve had quite a few people asking, I thought I’d share what impact COVID-19 Coronavirus has had on my preparation for the 2020 Athletics season and the Tokyo Olympic Games...
My school visit to Weydon School, Surrey will undoubtedly be my last one for a while. It's a shame to write that, but until we stem the spread of this COVID19 coronavirus, there's a new normal. Anyway, it was a fun day of mental and physical exertion. We started with a workshop discussing the talent... Continue Reading →
Hey! I’m sure you’ve already seen my Athletics Profile on the About section of my site, but why not check it out again for a video update and some additional info on my 2020 season! My first competition was okay - my furthest indoor season opener ever (by 1cm ha!). You can read more about... Continue Reading →
My quick trip to Amsterdam to break up my indoor and outdoor athletics season training was filled with fun, food, cycling, museums and perfectly-timed, chance encounters.
Reflection of my first indoor competition in Karlsruhe following some timely Readwise quotes from my favourite book, The Alchemist and a popular GCSE read, A Christmas Carol!
I recently shared my thoughts on the perks of training alone. So now, let me give my two-pence on probably the preferred alternative - training with a complete, holistic coaching team. Aston Moore has thankfully taken over the in-person coaching role that I clearly so desperately needed (but didn’t realise I did). Being... Continue Reading →
I absolutely love these Baby Yoda memes. I have watched only one episode of The Mandelorian (I think it's called). Adam made me. And I absolutely didn't get it or find it interesting. But these memes...these memes are certainly relatable. We've all been there, right? That's what these memes showcase - a life experience virtually... Continue Reading →
Perks are numerous. And it was initially really difficult for me to think about the negatives. But I wanted to give a balanced and honest assessment of my training regime, because Maris asked. And maybe others are wondering the same. Control For a start, I like to curate my own training program (from Dan Pfaff's... Continue Reading →
I can't believe my last post was a summary of my World Champs experience in Doha! Doha was my first ever global Champs. And this year is my 2nd winter of full training without the misfortune of a summer dogged with injury and inconsistency. So how does an athlete prepare for one of the biggest... Continue Reading →