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    L’s journey to Strength

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    Recently a well known female runner  spoke up about her struggle with weight, being weak, the success she achieved,the injuries she then gained and how she gained strength. I can only thank her for being brave enough to attempt to shift the behaviour and mentality of weight and distance running.

    Another brave runner called ‘L’ wrote to me to share her story, she writes about her personal experience living with an ED that started in high school, how she recovered and where she found support and strength.  Thank you for being brave and inspiring those around you!

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    The Rebuild

    Yes that’s 2016 Olympic Gold medalist Mo Farah, but who’s that interviewing him? Let me introduce Jo Ankier, a retired international steeplechaser, achieving her life goals in Rio. Read a little bit…

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    Mindfulness By Claire Tarplee.

    As I mentioned in my past personal post, I have been really working on my mindfulness, and although it is still a conscious effort to set aside time daily to take care…

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    Chasing Perfection

    I am not the first to experience heartbreak this Olympic year, and I’m sure to not be the last. Everyone’s journey is unique to them and the internal battles heal at different…

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    Roll Recovery News- Revenue Sharing Model

    Many of the major sports have a revenue sharing model for the athletes. To show our appreciation to the athletes that have been paramount to our growth and success, and bring attention…

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    Guest Blog Entry

    Photo:  Nick Isabella – @nickisabella.photography I admire Shannon as an incredible athlete, but more importantly as a wonderful person. Her ‘down to earth’ nature, loyal and very kind persona have made her…