Tuesday, August 21st, 2012
If this summer of sport has taught us anything, it’s the power of activity. It has bonded us, we have marveled at the athletic prowess on display and most importantly, many have vowed to be more active. But as these final few weeks of summer draw to a close, how do we avoid this newly reinvigorated fitness buzz going the way of the New Year’s resolution?
Thursday, August 2nd, 2012
Running comes with all sorts of challenges (mainly keeping your lungs inside your body) and the environment in which you run can make all the difference. I’m not one for running of the fell, mountain or trail variety. I’m very much a big city chick. I love London with all my heart and pounding its pavements on my training runs just confirms to me each time how much. My life and work are based mainly around East London, so I thought I’d share a route I run regularly and enjoy.
Sunday, July 29th, 2012
As a resident of East London, it’s been hard to avoid the buzz about PUMA YARD. The past few weeks I’ve seen PUMA YARD murals popping up all over Shoreditch. My curiosity was peaked. What was this mysterious YARD they were referring to? Where was it? And most importantly, when could I go? Anticipation built and then finally, all was revealed as it opened its doors on Friday. So, I took a stroll down Brick Lane to the Old Truman Brewery to get a slice of this YARD action.
Saturday, July 28th, 2012
It’s the summer of sport! And with so much awesomeness happening over the next few weeks, Puma have brought me on board to do a spot of blogging for them. They have a great sports/lifestyle space on Brick Lane called Puma Yard and as I’m an East London resident, they wanted to get a feel for what life’s like for me as I live, work and play in this part of the city. So, keep an eye out here and over on Puma.com and Puma.com/YARD for updates. Exciting times!
Friday, June 8th, 2012
Check out what I got up to this week.