Monthly Archives: June 2015

Yogi’s Choice

Namaste! For a while now I’ve been looking to shake things up, training wise. My routine consists of a few runs a week (it was 4, but as I’m currently riding the crest of a running-based enthusiasm-wave, not unlike how Kurt … Continue reading

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Personal Weirdisms

There’s no such thing as normal, really. It’s all subjective. Each of us is nothing more than a collection of various idiosyncrasies, oddisms and peculiarities blanketed under a thin veil of conformism so as not to freak everyone else out. … Continue reading

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Live and let Lythe

As a runner, any overnight trip away from home affords the opportunity to get lost go running in pleasingly unfamiliar surroundings and add a few unique memories to the ol’ running scrapbook. For me, running around the vast Disneyland Paris … Continue reading

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The route to ‘success’

I’ve come to realise that choosing of a regular running route is much like a choosing a method of intimate hair removal, in that it’s both a delicate and personal matter. For me, having the same regular running route is … Continue reading

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A Riverside 5k

“Surfing’s the source. Can change your life. Swear to god.” – so says the kid in the surfing shop in Point Break. Is he right? I don’t know. I can’t surf. And I’m too old to understand what ‘the source’ … Continue reading

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