I am lucky to be part of a support network of some amazing women, who I work and train with, so I thought, on International Women's Day, I would celebrate some of the women who have had a positive impact on my life over the last year or so. During lockdown, not much changed for … Continue reading International Women’s Day – celebrating the strong, active women that I know
As runners, we all know that building strength training into our schedules help make our bodies stronger, to prevent injury. But what form should that strength training take, and how can it help you become a better runner? Over the past two months, since the beginning of the year, I have scheduled four strength training … Continue reading How strength training is helping me become a better runner
What an exciting post to have to write! It's been just under a year since I launched Miles with Michelle with a beginners' group in Lincoln that quickly grew into 4 groups a week, lots of online clients wanting training plans, and so many new friends. I feel like I've been doing this job forever, … Continue reading Miles with Michelle is launching in Bolton!
You might think a review of our family holiday is a little out of place on a running and coaching blog, but having just arrived home from the best active holiday I've ever been on, I felt compelled to share it with you all. My husband and I had been on a Neilson beach club … Continue reading Sea, sand, sunshine and sport in Sardinia
I've never done any kind of obstacle course race, but I do love my trail running and have also tried out a few fell runs this year so I thought Hellrunner would be a nice mix of the two. The northern version in Delamere Forest, Cheshire - Hell Up North - bills itself as … Continue reading Bonking, bogs and beating my nemesis: Hell Up North