The Hypnosis For Running Salisbury 50km Race Report

I was away on holiday for the past week, so was unable to get this report done in the speedy fashion that I usually do. 8 days ago, I ran the Salisbury 5-4-3-2-1 50km trail ultra marathon. It takes in 5 rivers, 4 hills (that have their own names), 3 large country estates, 2 castles […]

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Hypnosis For Running Weekly Mileage Log – And A Club Session On The Beach

My weekly mileage was as follows for last week, this is the eighth week of my training plan leading up to Bournemouth marathon festival where I am running all four races back to back: Mon: Rest Tue: (Recovery x 2) AM – 6m & PM – 4m Wed: (General pace) 15 miles Thu: (Recovery) 6 […]

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Hypnosis For Running Weekly Mileage Log – And My Favourite Summer Cross Training Activity!

The past week was a slightly lower total mileage week than in previous weeks. I ran a total of 66 miles, this is how the week panned out – Week Seven of this particular schedule: Mon: Rest/Cross Train Tue: Recovery – AM – 6 miles & PM – 4 miles, both runs based upon heart […]

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Hypnosis for Running Weekly Mileage Log – Getting Faster?

This is the sixth week of my schedule that takes me through to my multi race running at Bournemouth marathon festival this October. Last week, this was my training mileage: Mon: Rest day. Tue: 3 mile warm-up, 5 mile @ sub marathon race pace, 2m cool-down Wed: 14 miles, general pace. Thu: 5 mile recovery […]

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Hypnosis for Running Weekly Mileage Log – And Using Self-Hypnosis to Cool Down

My strava account (via Garmin connect) shows a total of 74.2 miles run last week. My largest mileage week of the year to date for me. The week’s schedule went something like this: Mon: 17 miles Tue: 8 miles @ general pace with 10 x 100m sprints (and 100m recoveries) Wed: 12 miles general Thu: […]

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Hypnosis For Running Mileage Log Is Back!

Yes indeed, the weekly mileage log is back. It is not the most interesting thing to read, especially if you are not a runner, but it helps me as much as my readers to chart this stuff. This is the third week of my current 18 week training schedule all geared towards running all 4 […]

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New Running Gear and Hypnosis For Running Plans

Hello running friends. Ok, so as of next week, I’ll be back writing about my ongoing training schedules and offering up various strategies, techniques and approaches for advancing running performance using your mind and a psychological approach. In coming weeks, I have also got some very exciting projects to share with you. For now, this […]

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We’re Up and (Hypnosis for) Running Again! Stats, Goals and Motivation Sources Galore!

After I ran Edinburgh marathon 9 days ago, I had 7 full days off running. Despite having two weeks in total off running since the turn of the year due to illness and a few days recovery after London marathon, that is the longest amount of time off running I have had since last September. […]

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Edinburgh Marathon 2015 Race Report

Last week, I travelled to Edinburgh. I flew up on Wednesday night, then taught two classes on the Thursday and Friday. Both classes were very busy and filled with fabulous people, mainly lovely Scottish people, but also a couple of people from Germany, Iceland and Spain. As well as the classes going well, I do […]

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The Joy Of Trail Running…

With London marathon over and done with, my plan has been to prepare for my upcoming ultra marathons by getting out on the trails and running less on the roads and asphalt surfaces.  As a man in his 40s who has been running marathons for over 15 years, I think I owe it to my […]

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