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Matt Lovell

Magnesium Trace minerals are often deficient, the reason, mineral depletion in the soil and hence foods we eat.Magnesium – the Essential Mineral for Recovery Magnesium is needed for over 300 different enzyme reactions in the body. These include reactions that synthesize and use ATP – the body’s energy molecule. In other words, without magnesium your body couldn’t make or use energy!Here a…

Matt Lovell - Sports Nutritionist

My go to immune support comes in the form of berry extracts with medicinal mushrooms. Powerful preventative and immune supporting natural medicine. This time of the year is classic for picking up a little bug. The kids go back to school and breed germs, they bring them home and infect the adults and then the adults spread them on the tube and at work or in the supermarket. It’s when everyone g…

Be SAFE this winter!

Today's run.Just a quick blog post about running in icy weather. Please be careful and take precautions when its icy outside. If you have access to a treadmill it will be much safer to run indoors. Cross training can be very beneficial in this weather and a supplementary strength training session can be just what you need when the weather turns cold in these winter months.Make sure you dress war…

Hayley Lamkin - Runners Edge Athlete

January has already been full of training and races for me. I started the year off with a Parkrun in Southend on New Years Day, not really expecting much as I hasn’t been well over Christmas. Ended up running a 19:06, which is 6 seconds off of my PB! That Saturday was the first cross country race of the year, Essex Champs. This year they had increased the distance for senior women from 8k to 10k…

New Balance 1080 V6

Runners Edge Shoe Review- New Balance 1080V6Here is the New Balance 1080V6 Fresh Foam, this is the plushest/softest New Balance shoe to date!- The New Balance 1080V6 has an extra soft heel collar and tongue with welded over-lays that locks down the foot.- The New Balance 1080V6 has a wide platform which makes it very stable due to it's guide rails around the sides of the shoe.- The New Balance 108…

Paul Whittaker Training Week 33

Hi everyone,Hope everyone has had a good week training, here it goes for another blog post on how my workouts and training went last week:M. 8miles steadyT. 20mins w.up jog- 7x1k hard, 2mins rec jog- 20mins w.down jog (skechers go meb speeds)W. 12miles steadyT. 20mins w.up jog- 12x1min hard, 1min easy- 20mins w.down jog (skechers go meb speeds)F. 8miles steadyS. 1mile w.up jog-10mile tempo run at …

Paul Whittaker Training Week 32

Hi everyone,Back again for another blog post!This past week didn't really go too well, after last weekends long run and not feeling to good i decide to have a recovery week and take a few days off. If i find that i am starting to feel run down i now go straight into having some days off. In the past i would try and run through illness's and i have always found that it never works and just prolong…

Skechers Performance and Skechers Walking Shoes

Thank you to Skechers Performance for sending me some great new products today! Really thankful for the support you have given me for my running!If you haven't tried Skechers running or walking shoes, you need to check them out because they are extremely cushioned and responsive! Skechers cater for all types of people, whether your an elite runner or just do some walking to keep fit, they cater fo…

Paul Whittaker Training week 31

Hi,Here it goes for another blog post on my last week of training. As you can see below i raced at Watford in the 3000m on Wednesday night and managed to run a PB of 8.16! After going through the first mile in 4.22 i was trying to stay with the group of leaders and have a good strong race, i faded slightly over the last lap but still finished up 5th out of 32 runners. I really think it's importan…

Paul Whittaker Training week 30

Hi Everyone, Back again for my second blog post on training! Last week i did 1 track session and 1 grass session (300m reps and 2min reps) as shown below.Another solid week in the diary, hopefully i will be able to carry over my fitness into this next week where i will be racing twice in 5 days! M. 8milesT. 20min w.up jog- 12x300m in 45-46secs with 100m jog recovery (1min)-20min w.down jog (Felt…