by way of introduction, I am a fitness blogger at www.trainstrongtolivestrong.com. I am working on an article about how you can still feel like a runner and know that you belong to the 'running tribe' in times when you can't run - due to an injury. I would love to hear about how you 'keep that runner spirit' alive in those times!
For example, I volunteer as a marshal for races; or write about running on my blog - this way I do not lose touch with what I love doing the most: running.
Just wondering if there are any bloggers here who love writing about their running adventures and anything to do with running and fitness? I have a blog called www.trainstrongtolivestrong.com and I am looking to make it even more running focussed, and build a running blogger community around it.
What is my blog about? I love writing about all things fitness and enjoy exploring topics around peak performance and resilience through developing the mindset of an athlete. My mission is to help people become strong and grow into the best version of themselves, inside-out, no matter what life throws at them or what they choose to throw themselves into. My view is that to get stronger and to develop true grit, we need to challenge ourselves more and break out of our comfort zone. This, in turn, will help us live up to our potential and purpose and embrace life to the fullest!
If you are interested in being part of this running blogger tribe, let's connect with each other! I follow everyone back who follows me My social media handles are:-
I am a running & fitness blogger on www.trainstrongtolivestrong.com. My hubby and I did the Danesfield Dash 10k this weekend. Did anyone else do it? How did you find it? (Feel free to visit my blog to find out how we fared!)
If you could give one piece of advice about running hills for beginners, what would that be?
I am going to go to Manchester for 1 day on business. I would be interested in doing a run somewhere central (in the vicinity of Piccadilly Train Station) - can you recommend a good park/is the Rochdale canal towpath suitable?
I have a dodgy ankle and foot following running a marathon after a month ago. I would be interested in getting some advice about what specialist to see - is it a GP, a physiotherapist or a podiatrist? I have private health insurance.