Running a race abroad or in another city is a decision you won't never regret. It is the perfect excuse for a holiday, to discover a new area or country. As this post goes live, I'll be on a train heading to Boston (in the UK!) for my third marathon. This is the ultimate checklist for your overseas race and to get you ready for the starting line.
I was at a discussion group for a well-known sports brand recently. They asked each of us what we look for when we go shopping for sportswear or trainers. It was my turn and I mentioned, among many things, that the trainers cannot be white or pink. "Why no to pink?" they asked.
I'm really happy to see a lot of discussion has taken place after my first post in this mini series examining whether exercise is the new elitism. Clearly, it's something that a lot of people feel strongly about and, it turns out, is a subject where a lot of people have hold sort of opinion. Whether you exercise or are a dedicated fan to a particular sport or fitness class/studio, you're bound to have a view.
2016 was the best year The Fit Londoner has had in a while. There has been some real uncertainty and downs in my personal life over the past few years, which I haven't mentioned on the blog. But last year, I started to see the bright light at the end of the tunnel. The dark times are over (touch wood) and with what I learnt, I aim to go bigger and better in 2017. Here are eight changes I'm making in 2017.
It’s that time of the year again where you wander if those leggings you’ve been lusting over will finally make it into your new year’s fit kit wardrobe. The Fit Londoner loves the Christmas sales because this is when you can really find a good sale item.
Black Friday may have only been round the corner but the post Christmas Day sales are where it’s at for The Fit Londoner. The new year is fast approaching and what better way to start the new year with a revamp and additions to your fit kit wardrobe?
The Fit Londoner has scoured the web for the best Christmas sales in fit kit just for you .