Our second featured running Dad hails from the North West and recently completed the tour of Merseyside, 52 miles in 1 brutal week! TDCR: So Andy tell us a bit about yourself. AB: I’m Andy, and I’m 34 years old. I work as a Business Project Manager for a Global Data company and am based … Continue reading Featured Running Dad: run_bradders_run
I first ran the British 10k back in 2009 with a group of colleagues from work. At the time I was a regular rugby player and this was a great off season challenge. A couple of weeks of run training and I felt in good shape, I got around that day in 51:12 a PB … Continue reading Event Review: Virgin Sport British 10k 2018
In our first feature running dad article we have have Simon (@runfatboyrun2017) who is targeting and incredible 1000 miles in 2017. TDCR: Tell us a bit about you. SG: I'm Simon and I'm 29 years old. I work for a plant hire company called A-Plant and I deal with the Powered Access division for the … Continue reading Featured Running Dad: Runfatboyrun2017
Part of the attraction of running is that it is so simple, you can put on your trainers and just run. The fact it is is so low tech and easy to do alone means that it gives you the flexibility to fit it in your schedule, more easily then taking up a team sport … Continue reading Running Groups: Why you should give them a go?
So perhaps you've set out on your journey to a new you. You've decided running could be your thing and you start a running Instagram account. You look at some other accounts and notice the beautifully lit images of people looking their manicured best in their running gear. Forget it! It's not the reality … Continue reading Embrace the sweaty selfie
Becoming a parent changes your life in ways you didn't think were possible. Suddenly your own priorities and needs fall down the list and you find out what busy is really like. I'd always considered myself a good hard worker but you realise in parenthood that you've been massively under employed. I had always enjoyed … Continue reading Finding the time to run
**I'm going to start with a disclaimer here, to say that I am in no way shape or form giving professionally informed advice but merely presenting some of what I've found helpful that will hopeful spark some thought and debate. I think we all start with differing goals from our running accounts but I think these might … Continue reading Tips for a running Instagram account