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Tag Archives: running
Pip from GO Outdoors shares why she is going outdoors this January
Throughout 2018, we’re celebrating the different types of adventure, and the different reasons we all go outdoors. You can submit your adventures and stories by tagging them #igooutdoors on our social channels, more info available at http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/igoutdoors .
For our first feature, we sat down with Pip from the GO Outdoors online team, to find out more about why she is going outdoor this year.
Blood, sweat and tears: the science behind Tough Mudder
This week we have a special guest post here on the GO Outdoors blog by Merrell Ambassador and Ultra Runner Dr. Andrew Murray on what you can expect from a Tough Mudder event, and a few tips to get the most out of your experience if you’re thinking of taking one on.
Here’s what he had to say: Read more
A beginners checklist for budding running bugs
Have you been inspired by the warming weather and talk to the London Marathon? Running is one of the easiest and most cost effective ways of keeping fit, and in this blog we’ve compiled a checklist of some of the kit you might need to get the most out of your runs.
GO Outdoors store managers hit the mountains, marathon style.
Two store managers recently competed in the Saunders Lakeland Mountain Marathon, Simon (Manchester) and John (Wigan) took part in the event which requires you to navigate over a course in the Lake District for a weekend. They finished 60th out of 110 in their class and have reviewed some of the kit that they used:
June 5th marked National Running Day in the U.S which left us feeling a little down, as there isn’t a UK alternative to encourage the nation into their running shoes. Out on the roads and trails, you’ve probably noticed that the Olympics had a pretty big impact on how many people run in this country, but what is the best way to get started?
‘Ronning’ of course refers to a man who still wows us here at GO Outdoors, running every single day- well into his 70’s. It is, of course, Ron Hill MBE.
Ronhill was started by Ron, as was Hilly. Ron was born in 1938 and has a variety of achievements, many of which are listed on his website.
Here are a few.