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Blog 5 (01.04.2019 - Extended 08.04.2019)

The scaffolding is coming off! We are put to the test!

The end is coming!

… Well not really. However, the academic teaching part has ended and Born to Run has (officially) run its course for all the teaching weeks. 1,081 more words

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Studying Up On The Heart Impact Of Running

Marathon running is bad for your heart, there I said it.

It’s been coming across my desk a bit lately, most recently last night reading The Longevity Paradox, that yeah running marathons puts chronic stress on your heart and builds up scar tissue and unreversible calcium deposits. 230 more words


Review: NCISLA “Born to Run” (S10E18)

Hey everybody! Welcome to the review for “Born to Run”, the very next episode to follow the wedding that we were all waiting for and finally received. 1,570 more words


Urban Decay: Born to Run Eyeshadow palette review

Hello and welcome again to my blog!

Around the end of last year I purchased what is technically my second high end product, and my second eyeshadow palette from Urban Decay. 1,543 more words


Blog 4 (Due 18.03.2019)

Two weeks since the Anglesey half marathon and I want to give a few words for that before we dive into a more psychological look into marathon training. 1,147 more words

Born To Run

Born To Run

By Christopher McDougall
304 pp. Vintage. $16.00.

The Google search: “Born To Run fiction or nonfiction” populated before I could finish typing it (i.e., it’s a popular question). 749 more words

Born To Run

Portrait of a Runner

May 13, 2014

It all starts with the feet. The birth-place of injuries. I’m a life-long heel striker, and I’ve paid the price for it. When I started running in the seventies, proper running form didn’t exist. 1,377 more words

Personal Essay