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Monday Photographs #42 & #43

Having missed the second due to holidays, I was back for Chris’ third coaching session, and the last one before his coaching qualification. It was a lovely winter’s day, so we decided to attend as a family. 82 more words

Running

Paris 2017: The prettiest so far.

Paris in the springtime is about as beautiful as it gets. 2017 was no exception, after an on-again off-again few months due to a heart murmur, I had long ago accepted that this race was going to be one to enjoy, not to push too hard and risk, well….death. 486 more words

A walk in the park

Life is not a walk in the park. Lol. But you can always go for a walk in a park. And here is why you should do that more often. 217 more words

Spending just five minutes with your foam roller can make a huge difference in your posture

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Spending just five minutes with your foam roller can make a huge difference in your posture

The Foam Roller Exercise That Will Fix Your Posture Instantly…

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Fitness

{race recap: millennium running's snowflake shuffle... again}

I don’t usually run a race more than once, but the Snowflake Shuffle by Millennium Running is one exception (and there are only two exceptions!). 434 more words

Running

Always Run To Something

In about ten weeks, I’ll be running my 14th half marathon. I completed my first half in May of 2010 and I count that race, and the months leading up to it, as the time when I became a runner. 787 more words

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Where Running and Spanish Politics Collide

On Friday afternoon, I received a disconcerting email from the organizers of the “Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon & 1/2 Madrid.” In December, I registered for the 1/2 Marathon, originally set for April 28 of this year. 828 more words

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