Distance running working for faster times and sharing some tips on training, nutrition, kit, and motivation as I go. Also features guest posts from some truly inspiring runners

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Latest Blog Posts for Tucker's running blog

  • Guest Post from Liz Davies: Move Your Feet to Kick Cancer
    on Feb 16, 2012
    Cancer can be a challenging and life-changing event for many people. While a positive test result can be a challenging time, it's important to understand how one can improve his or her odds for recovery. Many types of cancer like mesothelioma respond...
  • Interview with novice veteran Sarah Turner
    on Mar 19, 2010 in guest post friends
    Sarah (middle) blogs, writes, runs a business, and is a newbie and a veteran runner at the same time.  How long have you been running and what made you start?For years I’d avoided running. I’ve always worked out and I enjoy weight training...
  • Tweetup and trot - Sunday 28th March
    on Mar 16, 2010
    I've been wanting to combine a tweetup with a Sunday run for a while now, so I've decided to go ahead and do it. So if you're a in or near Bristol on Sunday 28th March, please feel free to join in. The run will start at 10am in Gainsborough Square,...
  • Dynamic warmup stretches
    on Mar 8, 2010 in training warmup
    Thanks to Runners World for these great warm up routines...
  • Review: Powerade Pulse
    on Mar 4, 2010 in product review
    As a distance runner and self confessed gadget geek, the idea of Powerade Pulse really appeals to me. Pulse is an application that scans your itunes library for tracks that match the intensity of your workout and creates a playlist for you - a brilli...
  • Run in the Sun
    on Mar 1, 2010
    Today was the sunniest and warmest day of the year so far - so what else could I do but get out for a scenic run. Giving some serious thought to organising a tweet up trot along this route for a couple of weeks after the Bath Half Marathon, so Bristo...
  • Guest Post: Michelle's Story - from knee surgery to marathon fitness
    on Feb 23, 2010 in guest post injury motivation
    I started running again out of sheer stubbornness, I had ran a little in the past to generally keep fit but never took it seriously.  I had a bad rugby injury and was out of commission for 2 years and had 3 knee operations including an ACL recon...
  • We want blistering pace (without the blisters)
    on Feb 23, 2010 in product review
    After my painful experience this weekend, I decided to review a some products that should help avoid blisters (and change my socks in the process). I visited the Moti running shop in Bristol today and was immediately disappointed with the range of r...
  • Best foot forward (or not)
    on Feb 22, 2010
    I was going to write a post today about the therapeutic and fitness benefits of taking a recovery run the day after a race or hard training session. I was also actually looking forward to helping my body recover with an easy few miles - res...
  • Race Report: Hestercombe Humdinger
    on Feb 21, 2010 in race
    The Hestercombe Humdinger is one hilly 9 1/2 mile road run through the Somerset countryside and by hilly, I mean HILLY. Featuring climb after climb the race has a total elevation of almost a mile, the hills are long, winding and steep enoug...
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