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#AskAbs: Following injury, what inspired you to get back to fitness and improve your PB? (See previous post) What advice would you give to athletes recovering from serious injuries or life setbacks? So my advice would be to ask yourself (and honestly answer) a few questions if you're recovering from a big injury/life setback... ... Continue Reading →
#AskAbs: Following injury, what inspired you to get back to fitness and improve your PB? What advice would you give to athletes recovering from serious injuries or life set backs? Resilience. That's the buzz word, right? I'll answer these questions in 2 separate posts because this will otherwise make for a long read! Unfinished Business... Continue Reading →
This post is inspired by a quick conversation I had with one of my followers. If you have a question like this one, keep reading and if you have any questions at all, get in touch. The answer to your question may spark my next #AskAbs post... What wisdom might u have for someone who can't... Continue Reading →
I'm back. Three years on, I'm back in Phoenix, Arizona. I left this place believing I'd retired from the sport I dearly love and enjoy. I left here with a broken heart (dramatic, I know but so true). Because when I left I'd just ruptured my Achilles tendon and was heading home for surgery and... Continue Reading →
"It's not fair!" That's what I heard a couple of times last week when training in the gym and at the track. "It's not fair that you have a body like that." Erm. I actually think it is fair. Why? You get out what you put in. If I feed myself with junk every day,... Continue Reading →
Hi! Did you catch me on your screens on BBC 2 this weekend? If not, check out this 'Moment' for an update of my performance, placing & reactions at the European Indoor Championships, Glasgow 2019. I'm too overwhelmed & slightly tired to write a blog, so hopefully this snippet and the link will suffice! 7th... Continue Reading →
An update on my performances over the last two competitions (both in Birmingham), the challenges and the successes, and a tip that'll help you re-frame your perception of your unique gifts to find more enjoyment in your work.