Category Archives: Training plans

Maintenance Plan

Today, Saturday 28th March 2020, I should be running my first ultra of the year – Hardmoors 55. My first three ultras in March, May and June have all been cancelled and I’m waiting to hear whether the 6 day … Continue reading

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New Training Plan

Obviously we are in a very difficult and unprecedented time at the moment. There is so much uncertainty with our lives and very little the same. Personally I will be working from home with some days working in schools that … Continue reading

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Ochil Ultra Training Week 3

Week 3 of my training block for the Ochils Ultra went okay. I still feel as though my running is  harder work than I would like it to be but I do feel I’m getting stronger and faster but maybe … Continue reading

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Ochil Ultra Training Week 1

My next ultra is just over a month away so I have given myself a 6 week plan to prepare for the race. The Dragon’s Back race is now over 3 months ago and I do feel it has taken … Continue reading

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Pre-Training update

A few weeks ago I posted my plans for the next few weeks.  Here is an update on my road back from injury. MRI scan I had the scan on my sore ankle on Thursday 2nd November at the Royal … Continue reading

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Pre-Training Training

I’m still not able to run and for a few weeks recently I wasn’t doing much exercise at all and decided I might as well eat a bit more and not worry about my weight. Last weekend Katrina and I … Continue reading

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Training Plan for West Highland Way

I’ve been meaning to post my training plan for the 8 weeks between the Highland Fling and the West Highland Way. After the Fling I had 5 days completely off. I probably could have run earlier but my ankle (ligaments) … Continue reading

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