Bikepack Adventure – Video & Review

In usual LT-style, I was invited away on an impromptu adventure that I had no experience in, Bikepacking. I packed a bag, grabbed a friend and headed to the Peak District for a 2-day Bikepacking Adventure. Check out what we got up to and what I thought here: Thank you to Beyonk Adventures for inviting me on this trip. It was mega fun and I … Continue reading Bikepack Adventure – Video & Review

JUST GET ON WITH IT!

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One Thing Leads To Another

26/11/17In 2014 ago I was the owner of a beauty salon and had never done an event more than a few hours.I’d only been running a few years and was just days away from my first ever endurance event.I’d never done anything like it before.I’d been offered the ticket for free just 6 weeks before and wasn’t prepared with kit or training.But I said yes … Continue reading One Thing Leads To Another

4 Ways to Cure Raynaud’s Phenomenon

Who else is familiar with this? I’m not a doctor, neither am I a nutritionist so I urge you to take this post as one that is written by a layman. I did, however, suffer from Raynaud’s phenomenon for 14 years and now no longer suffer from it. Phenomenon – there is no known cause or cure. Before I delve into this more, let me … Continue reading 4 Ways to Cure Raynaud’s Phenomenon

100km Indoor Rowing World Record

On Saturday 6th May 2017, I joined the Sub 7 indoor rowing team, to set a new World record for the fastest team to row 100km. Rowing 20 strokes at maximum effort, followed by 4.5 minutes rest for 5.5 hours non-stop seemed doable, but it turned out it was tougher than it sounds. We rowed 100km in 5:36:30.5 and now have confirmation from Concept2 that we are … Continue reading 100km Indoor Rowing World Record

30 Day Cold Shower Challenge

March 2016 ChallengeAfter the success of my February Challenge, The #SugarFreeFeb gang and I decided to continue with another monthly challenge: The 30 Day Cold Shower Challenge! I’d already started this challenge mid-late February after listening to Scott Carney’s What Doesn’t Kill Us audiobook. In the first few chapters of the audiobook above, Scott explains the Wim Hof method and the benefits of cold water training.  This was enough … Continue reading 30 Day Cold Shower Challenge

Tough Guy Obstacle Race – Winter 2017

It seems entering challenges without notice might be becoming a thing. Maybe I stitched myself up with one my latest posts about saying yes to opportunity and tempted fate on this one??? Here’s a short video of my experience. I didn’t get any footage at the end of the event as I was too busy being cold. It turns out, I may have needed a bit more mindset … Continue reading Tough Guy Obstacle Race – Winter 2017