Category: Training

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Running on Keto: 20th May to 23rd June 2017

A review of my marathon training. All training is done in barefoot running shoes and on a ketogenic diet.

Running on Keto: 13th to 19th May 2017

So last week I vowed to do more Calisthenics and Yoga this week. Reckoning that the 20 minutes it will take will be easily achievable. So lets look at how much I did… oh zero. Yes zero haha. No strength work and no flexibility. Oh well… I vow to do more next week!!! I only ...

Running on Keto: 6th to 12th May 2017

Cardio wise I had a great week, got 3 good runs in which I really enjoyed totalling 21 miles. I feel like I am progressing well with my barefoot running. The weather is warming up too nicely, which is a bonus. I am also really happy with the amount of walking I got in this ...

How owning a Dog can help a Ketogenic Lifestyle

Bambi !!! So the wife and I have got ourselves a Dog called Bambi. We got her from the Darlington’s Dog Trust here in the UK. She is described as a Saluki, but we think she is a bit of a cross too as she is pretty small for a Saluki. We saw her online, and ...

Barefoot Running

“One surprising advantage the Tarahumara seem to have over the rest of the world is their lack of technology. They essentially run barefoot or in sandals and experience very little in the way of injury. Over the years, running shoes have become more and more cushioned with more and more high-tech gadgetry attached. Rather than ...

Running on Keto – 1st – 7th April

The week started with the Run Nation Cragside 10k. It was much harder than I thought it would be, as it was a pretty hilly route. So overall I was happy with my time. You can see a review of my race in the “Races Category”. My calves were pretty sore afterwards, and I have ...

Running on Keto – 18th to 24th March 2017.

You can buy Ketogenic Endurance apparel at – https://tspr.ng/c/ketogenicendurance – Which is fun way to show that you believe in the benefits of being fat adapted whilst exercising. This week was what is becoming a standard week. Don’t take that as it was boring, or uninspiring. In fact I very much enjoyed the week. It’s just that ...