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Guest Blog: Why it’s time to say goodbye to the dorgs at Norwich parkrun

Man’s best friend gets the boot at Eaton Park and there’s a wolf about.. or is there, wonders Milton Lindsay Spring is in the air and a middle-aged (56-year-old) man’s thoughts turn to…remembering to put the clock forward, making sure… Continue Reading →

The foot towel at the bottom of the stairs

For me the best time to write, I’ve found, is straight after a run, when my mind is bursting with ideas. For my wife, it’s probably about 11pm when everyone is in bed, as she’s been left all morning with… Continue Reading →

Can you run in Norwich at lunchtime if you’re a coffee shop entrepreneur?

Do you run during your work lunch hour? I’ve read enough to know that you should vary the times that you run, not least because it’s no good only running in the evenings when you are training for a race… Continue Reading →

I’ve got a new toy – but will this Tom Tom Sports running app make me a better runner?

It is my new toy. A lot of people swear by running apps and I used to track my runs using a Strava app which would give instant updates of how far I’d been etc – much to the annoyance… Continue Reading →

Good luck to everyone taking part in the Broadland Half Marathon

It’s the Broadland half marathon on Sunday and what a great event that is. Except, I won’t be running this year – just as I didn’t last year either. And do you know why? Because it sells out really quickly… Continue Reading →

Run one, miss one…run one…why a regular training schedule is proving elusive

It’s been a bad week to be self-employed in the UK apparently as ‘Spreadsheet Phil’ moved to plug a gap in funding by targeting those who work for themselves. But for me, being my own boss is bringing its own… Continue Reading →

From parkrun to marathon -meet the man who used his thinking skills to get up and running

By Shaun Lowthorpe Main picture of Stuart Sayer courtesy of keithwhitmore.co.uk When Stuart Sayer finished running the Marriot’s Way half marathon on February 19 his first thought was how come his running buddies Clive and Angela had finished so strongly ahead… Continue Reading →

You’re..Once..Twice..Three times Saucony

One of my missions this year was to get myself some new running shoes.   In fact, it was one of the three goals I had set myself for 2017 – and like a newly inaugurated president I have pretty… Continue Reading →

Have I been walking myself fit?

After recently putting together some objectives for the year, I had barely got started with my running routine, when I noticed something strange had been going on…   I seem to be losing weight.   Yet with only a week… Continue Reading →

Have you set your running goals for the year?

Happy New Year! I managed my first parkrun of the year at Catton Park last week. It was a good run and busier than normal as lots of runners from Norwich Road Runners took part in a special run in… Continue Reading →

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