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Free running downloads

I hope you were one of the many people who downloaded the free running mantras from my website. If not you can find them on the link above. Please, if you are using them let me know what you think.  marilyn@marilyntuck.co.uk

I am a hypnotherapist and energy practitioner and help literally hundreds of people annually get better. Last year I worked with numerous athletes with excellent results. Feedback from these downloads will inspire me on with my new audio series to motivate runners and wheelies to success.

I envisage these 20 minute hypnotic audios to cover motivation to train, care for your body (help to prevent injuries, help to heal faster) and consistency to complete your runs no matter how long they are and no matter how advanced a runner you may be. I would like to have this series out later in the year but it all depends on the feedback I get and what you guys want. So please let me know what you think of them and if they resonate with you, and if you think of any topics do let me know.

At present you can find wonderful pain relief and healing audios in my healing series. Ease, please in particular will help reduce pain and let you relax, Soaking and soothing is wonderful for relaxing and mending and my new one Deep cleansing is aimed at cleaning negativity and illness from the inside out. The confidence series is really motivating, Yes, I can being the most loved there.

Helpful hypnotic audios for pain relief and healing

How do you run in the snow?

Ok, so the question is asked here, “How do you run in the snow?”

There has to be plenty of people out there who do go out after snow and run but what precautions have to be taken?  How do you stop skidding and falling on ice?  How do you know what is under the snow? and what clothes do you wear?  

We all know that proper training is outdoors. So, in winter, when should a runner run indoors and when should they run outdoors? 

I will leave it up to you to answer here, please.

Exercise and snow update. Excuses?

IMG_0574I had this spate of writing in December when things were a bit quieter and I was promoting my running workshops and marathon talks but I see its been 10 days since I wrote anything. (pause, while I slap my wrist)

In England here we have been blanketed with snow and we are not that used to it! (me in-particular). After walking in the first soft snow here my daily fast walk got put on hold. Well, its been icy and lethal in patches and I don’t have those special grips for my shoes. I broke my wrist 5 years ago sliding over on ice and have been a bit cautious ever since. One step and I was gone, stuck writing with my previously inept left hand for months.

Having lived all my life in northern New Zealand and Queensland Australia I am used to the warmth. I had never experienced proper snow until I came here to England 10 years ago. It was the first time I had seen it snowing and it fascinates me still to watch it falling and see the countryside so pristine and quiet. So this last 10 days has been really beautiful but not serious training weather.

Besides I have been tied up with my work. December was quieter but after school goes back people remember they want to deal with their weight or are stressing out with kids or work. There’s been the marathon talk and workshops too and I am recording an audio series tho help couples who want to conceive. There’s also our plans for a big move in March which I will write about in another blog. Looking at it I have a mounting pile of  to-do notes!

Good blog – Frozen Foot, Thawed Legs, and Miracle Kale

I really think this is a great blog. There’s helpful race information, a lighthearted take on her race experience there, food information including a really nice recipe, and goodness knows what else. It kept me reading to the end.

430 – Frozen Foot, Thawed Legs, and Miracle Kale (aka Frozen Foot 5K Race Report).

via 430 – Frozen Foot, Thawed Legs, and Miracle Kale (aka Frozen Foot 5K Race Report).

Friday 18th – marathon running workshop No.3

Hello again, well, this Friday we are focusing on minimising stress by learning to relax properly. There will be some gentle pleasant hypnosis in this one, after all what could be more relaxing than hypnosis? Its the next best thing to sleep but we make use of the time with some positive help to make you better at relaxing during your day, your night, and while you run. I will actually teach you how to do this yourself. It is invaluable, especially since I include some great visualisation.

My workshops are about discussing what you want and giving you the tools and techniques to do it in a variety of relaxing, yet mind stimulating and motivating ways. We have already covered motivational goal setting and maximising the use of your energy. Next Friday, the 25th, we will cover managing pain (a really helpful one to get any injury healed faster)

In February workshops will be run for only 2 people at a time so get your buddy involved, book and do one together. It will be personalised to you both.

Now don’t forget to book for tomorrow, by 10am, please.  Phone 07962 811907  Venue The Citypoint Club, 1 Ropemaker St, Moorgate, EC2Y 9AW time 5.30pm until 7pm

Twittering, tweeting, walking and running

image003-1I got hootsuite and got this tweeting altogether in the last 2 weeks. I was posting 4 to 6 a day because I really wanted to promote the talk and my workshops. It seems there are lots of people out there looking for help to get them prepared to run their own 5 or 10k races, half or full marathons. We all have a lot to give and receive on this subject.

I am inclined to get a bit sidetracked – so back to the tweeting – it’s gone downhill since late last week. I spent the weekend recording my next hypnosis audio, the beginning of the week at a workshop to help dyslexics drastically improve their reading and spelling, and then the talk below last night, and there’s loads of clients through the door today. Much as she tries this gal cant do everything! 🙂

Oh, and it’s been snowing and now icy so the daily walk 5kms have been put on hold. Darn!

Successful marathon talk yesterday

IMG_0539Just a quick photo showing Shaun during his talk on marathon running techniques. Shaun Dixon runs ‘Lets get Running’ and is a sub 2.30 marathoner himself. It was extremely interesting to learn just how to run to maximise propulsion and minimise injury.

Chris from Complete Physio demonstrated good dynamic warm up techniques while Ben Leach covered a marathon training program. I talked motivation to do the training, keep going consistently and get over the finish line.  All of us are contactable through Complete Health & Wellbeing at The Citypoint Club, Moorgate. ph 020 7482 3875

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