Hey guys, at the weekend Instagram reminded me that I ruptured my Achilles four years ago. (Thanks, Insta...) Anyway, that got me thinking, along with other questions that I received following sharing the post - how did I recover so well? What got me through the other side? How am I doing now? So here's... Continue Reading →
There is always hope. That's the spiel I'm constantly spouting, anyway. But what happens when another major event is pulled from the competition calendar? What happens when another 'big' one bites the dust? Argh! Tbh, I was frustrated for a brief moment, gutted and then I moved on. Again, it was like...I expected it. How... Continue Reading →
If you're finding it as hard as I am to stay motivated to be your best self, check out my 3 top tips for boosting motivation in these frustrating times!
The reality of Spring can bring hope and optimism for new life and fresh wonder in your world, despite the current darkness and chaos all around us.
Ate a couple plates of yummy heavy carbs this week (pasta) to reset my system after periods of binging, under-eating and over-snacking (stupid unconscious stress responses). I think I’m back to normal now...
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.