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

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24 Hour Indoor Rowing Challenge

1712/16I was meant to do this 24-hour rowing challenge as part a team, taking it in turns to row in 2-hour shifts, but for various reasons, I ended up doing it by myself.I never would have thought this was possible, rowing constantly for 24 hours but with only 3 days notice, no other option and 2 British records up for grabs, I got stuck in. … Continue reading 24 Hour Indoor Rowing Challenge

Hiking the Isle Of Wight Coastal Path

I’d wanted to walk around the Isle of Wight for years. The last time I visited was on a school trip in junior school. So I invited my best mate, we stuffed our backpacks full of food and campingĀ gear and a few weeks later we were on the train and ferry to the Isle of Wight. The Isle of Wight Coastal Path is 71 miles … Continue reading Hiking the Isle Of Wight Coastal Path

7 Tips For Surviving a Death Race

Following my post on ‘What To Pack For A Death Race‘ I thought I’d write a few more tips on how to survive a ‘Death Race.’ These kind of events are growing in popularity as those crazy enough to sign up look to push themselves further and further. There’s Judgement Day The Unknown, Spartan Agoge, GORUCK, ROOTS Adventure Training, Fuego Y Agua Survival Run to … Continue reading 7 Tips For Surviving a Death Race