• Bouncing Back From Adversity: How to Get Back Your Mojo?

    by Jarnail Singh / Jun. 11, 2021

    Make a decision now to change your thinking style and improve your lifestyle to get back your mojo. Being an athlete and maintaining avid social media appearance created the aura of power, influence and health for others about me. Casually speaking, my followers witnessed what I wanted them to witness. No one around me could penetrate through the metal shield of calm composure blended with supremacy. Soon, matters changed. I wasn’t who I was supposed to be.

  • So How Do You Start Running?

    by Yiannis Christodoulou / Jun. 11, 2021

    The past year since COVID started has seen a huge amount of people taking up running for a number of reasons. Things like escaping COVID, getting fit, getting outdoors, helping your mental health is just some of the reasons why there has been an increase in the amount of people running.

  • 5 easy ways to encourage others to move

    by Diane Murphy-Weaver / Jun. 08, 2021

    Moving uplifts our mind, here’s how we can encourage others to join us

  • Why running clears your mind

    by Meryl Cooper / Jun. 04, 2021

    Running releases so much more than just sweat! Let's stop and reflect on why running is so powerful at clearing the mind.

  • The Physiological Determinants of Marathon Success

    by Edward Clarkson / Jun. 04, 2021

    The marathon event has risen in popularity over the past 20 years, with recent world record times from Eliud Kipchoge (2:01:39 in Berlin, 2018) & Brigid Kosgei (2:14:04 in Chicago, 2019) (Billat et al., 2020). The aim of an elite marathon runner is to complete the 42.195km course as fast possible, beating the opposition. Time motion characteristics can be derived for the world record holders by analysing the distance travelled (42.195km) and the time taken, calculating avg. speed and pace.


    by Holly Rush / Jun. 02, 2021

    Here is how to celebrate Global Running Day with me

  • beginners fundraising Tips

    by Rey Smart / May. 31, 2021

    Here are my tips to for those who are new to fundraising

  • Helping Running Events Return 2021

    by Sally Brider / May. 28, 2021

    Whilst this might not be the most exciting blog that you'll ever read, I thought it important to share this information with you, the running community, as my experience this week may be the new 'norm' for a while.

  • Going into a race with no finish line

    by Alechia van Wyk / May. 26, 2021

    Ultrarunners know that a DNF is a “rite of passage” in ultrarunning. It is also an honour bestowed upon all but one in the backyard ultra-race format.