Using My Garmin Forerunner 945

Ever thought about buying the Garmin Forerunner 945? Well, luckily I have one on my wrist all the time so I know everything about the little gadget. You’ve probably guessed already but one thing it does do is tell the time, very accurately too, in fact you can choose from a selection of watch faces which tell the time to the second.

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Just BELIEVE

I ran 4 miles today. I used to run 13 to 15 miles on a Saturday but things have changed since then and now I realise I’m back to basics. I mean, I’m still a runner but I’m a lot slower than I used to be due to having a tough time over lockdown. I want to utilise my time though and coach those beginning to run, just like I am.

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Why I’ll Always Be A Runner

So many people ask “what is a runner?”, “what is a jogger?”. A runner is someone who goes out and put’s their shoes on and runs. There’s no difference between a runner and a jogger, as long as you’re moving towards a finish line then you are a runner. I’m writing this after not running for over 6 weeks. I was running at 7.30 minutes per mile, 6 weeks later I’m now running at 10 minutes per mile, but I’m still a runner because I know that jogging and running are both the same things.

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Home Sweet Home

I’m home but the difficult bit starts know, adjusting from being in hospital to everyday life. At the minute I need to focus on my projects, one is running, the other is writing a book, yes I’m in the middle of writing a book called LIFE – Living With Aspergers: Daniel Jones Story. I’m talking about mental health, running and basically everything about LIFE, such as the small things we take for granted, like food, a.k.a McDonalds, KFC and Burger King, like the birds and the bees and the world.

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Heaving Rain Outside, Why Not Go For A Run

Not many people could go to bed with bad anxiety, get up at 6am and go for a 15 mile in lashing down heavy rain. I’ve just come back from one of the toughest run in my life. When I say tough, I mean mentally tough.

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