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
One of the things I hear from clients time and time again is that having a running coach has helped them with accountability to put the training in to achieve their goals. Most people who come to me for help want guidance on how best to train for a particular event, but mostly they want … Continue reading How can a running coach help you?
Are you a regular runner who has been struggling to get quicker lately? Are you feeling like you've plateaued? Do you have heavy legs when you head out for your usual run? Lost your mojo? We all go through this. Normally for me, it's a week or so after a marathon or an ultra, when … Continue reading Why you might need to slow down to speed up
I love to analyse my race photos because they reveal a lot about where we need to make improvements in our form, particularly when race photographers capture us in a fatigued state, usually at the end of a race or at the top of a hill. I was looking at some photos of me at … Continue reading What can we learn from a race photo about our running form?
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!