Why You Shouldn’t Copy the Elites

Why You Shouldn’t Copy the Elites

Finding new, imaginative and most importantly, effective ways of training is a relatively common pass time for most runners. Whether you have reached a bit of a plateau in performance and are looking for ways to break through, or you are simply searching for new ways...
The Ups & Downs of Racing in Kenya

The Ups & Downs of Racing in Kenya

The blog retells some of Gavin’s experiences of racing in Iten and Eldoret against some of the best runners in Kenya.  I wrote a description for a Instagram and Facebook post last week to go alongside a photo of me racing in Kenya. Unfortunately it was more than...
Kenyan Hills (and other myths) Part 2

Kenyan Hills (and other myths) Part 2

This blog looks at The Kenyan Shuffle Jog and asks if it is useful type of running for non elite runners to include in their training. As a follow up to my previous article on Kenyan Hills I would now like to take a look at the next ‘Kenyan training myth’ I previously...