Thanks for following my journey into running as a busy dad. You'll be able to follow my own personal running adventures and stories from other running Dad's that will help to give advice, provide some inspiration and open some quality debate. 'This Dad Can Run, This Dad Can Win"
Our latest running Dad to feature on the blog is Grant who is keeping up the family tradition of running after his Dad. TDCR: Hi Grant, tell us a little more about you. GM: Hi, I'm 36 years old, from Ingleby Barwick, Stockton-on-Tees. I have an amazing wife and a daughter, who is soon to … Continue reading Featured Running Dad:@gmilestone
It's a massive pleasure to welcome inspiring running Dad Drew (@bibwearingdad) our first stateside Dad on the blog. TDCR: So Drew, tell us a bit about yourself DW: Hi I'm Andrew (Drew). I'm 34 and am Director of Digital Marketing, leading the digital practice/services for an ad agency specializing in Building Product Manufacturing. I've been … Continue reading Featured Running Dad: @bibwearingdad
TDCR: We're so lucky to have guest coach Chrissie Stephson give us her low down on how to be a better runner. CS: Hey, have you started to succumb to marathon-fever that's kicking off? My world is getting really busy with runners asking the whats & hows of training, nutrition, and motivation as I coach … Continue reading How to Improve Your Running: without giving up the family and the day job
I'm going to review not one race but a whole series, the Adidas city runs london. This actually came to London in 2017 in the form of a one-off 10k in Shoreditch but has grown and expanded to take in 4 events in 2018. I first heard of the series in February when I was … Continue reading Featured Running Event: Adidas city runs london series
Today we are featuring inspiring running Dad Rob (@robbigsexyreece) getting it done one big sexy dab at a time. TDCR: So Rob, tell us a bit about you. RR: I'm married and have two kids, a boy and a girl. I work in a factory and I'm 39 years old, celebrating the big 40 next … Continue reading Featured Running Dad: robbigsexyreece
So what does DFYB mean? along with the thousands of other acronyms out there it's tough to keep track but for regular Parkrunners they know it means the all important 'Don't forget your barcode'. I have waxed lyrical in the past about the pros of Parkrun but one of the few things they are pretty … Continue reading Parkrun Tourism: Always pack your trainers and #DFYB
This week's running Dad is Matt (@mattruns18) who took up running in January but has made huge gains (and losses to his weight) in that short time, he's an inspiration to his kids and has shown some serious grit to achieve the times he has this year. TDCR: So Matt, introduce yourself and tell us … Continue reading Featured Running Dad: mattruns18