How we can train smarter by not comparing ourselves to others.

For many of us, we compare ourselves to others in our daily lives and when competition can be a great asset to our performance in sport, comparison can be very detrimental. So, what do I mean by this? Well, let’s take the app Strava for example. Strava is a social media app that allows youContinue reading “How we can train smarter by not comparing ourselves to others.”

Socially Accepted Addiction.

Before I begin, I would like to add that I do feel showcasing fitness/health/exercise on social media as a negative, it can be a very positive tool to motivate yourself and can be utilised for charitable events etc – which is very beneficial. Also, what I have written in this blog is just my opinion.Continue reading “Socially Accepted Addiction.”

How I ran 30 miles with 3 weeks of training.

Is it possible to achieve a goal with very limited time and is it beneficial to set overly ambitious goals? I have always loved the quote by Les Brown who said ‘shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars’. This quote was a big driving force for me during theContinue reading “How I ran 30 miles with 3 weeks of training.”

My experience of a car accident at nineteen years old.

I feel that young people driving fast is a topic that gets discussed constantly, however, in this pandemic we have seemed to forget that it is still an issue. Many people have experienced issues at home during this pandemic such as relationship breakdowns and difficulties with mental health, leading to anxiety and depression. Unfortunately, manyContinue reading “My experience of a car accident at nineteen years old.”