In Their Shoes

10 Sep 2018

Ben Hubbard – Marathon training lessons

Training for any event is tough. The longer the race, the harder the training. Each new training cycle has taught me something different and training for the BMW Berlin Marathon has been no exception. Having previously completed three marathons as well as a middle-distance triathlon (i.e. a half ironman), I’m… Read More

20 Aug 2018

Kate Carter – Running Routines

Today’s blog is from Kate Carter, who is currently training for the Valencia Marathon in December. photo credit: Rich Maciver / Nike Here’s the thing about running: it can, just sometimes, get boring. It’s not something I will often admit, and I’ll certainly never admit it if asked for… Read More

30 Nov 2017

6 ways to prepare for your first marathon

You’ve reached that point where you’re thinking of stepping up to the full marathon distance. Whether you’ve run half marathons before or you’re just starting out running and want to aim high, sometimes the thought of 26.2 miles can be daunting…and so it should, it’s quite a long way! When you… Read More

02 Nov 2017

While running in Hamburg…

The best thing about running in Hamburg? The preformed, 7.5KM running route around the Aussenalster. The river was dammed up years ago to create a recreational lake for watersports, kids playgrounds and lakeside dining. Pick anywhere on the lake, choose your running direction, and just start running… take in the… Read More