At the time I was pregnant in 2016 I wrote a series of articles in The Irish Times about fitness across the various stages of the journey. I’m delighted now I wrote it all down, because it is all a blur now 5 years on! If you are somewhere along the path from fertility to pregnancy to making a comeback … Read More
We are back for 2021 helping you to love running and stay running! Come join us for running coaching, support and motivation to help you feel great and keep on running this January. Our next virtual 7 Week Stay Running programme start 10th Jan 2021. What is ‘Stay Running’ : More than just a running programme, Stay Running includes all the … Read More
In this article Mary looks at fitness in the final stages of pregnancy. This article was first published in The Irish Times on 28th Feb 2017. You can read the full article online <a href=”http://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/health-family/fitness/love-running-it-won-t-let-you-down-1.2967892“>here</a>.
Mary’s first article after the birth of her first baby she talks about getting your body ready for pregnancy. There is growing evidence that having a moderate level of fitness can help fertility, pregnancy and recovery from childbirth. This article was first published in The Irish Times in October 2016. You can read the full article online here.
Whether you are just starting out or are a seasoned runner finding the right pace for you can be as tough as the run itself. In this article first published in The Irish Times in April 2016 Mary Jennings gives us some tips on how to get comfortable with your pace and work on increasing it for those looking to get … Read More
Final Steps for Booking – Payment Required Thank you for completing the booking form. To confirm your booking, please pay at the links below via Paypal. This will confirm your booking. Pay for Workshop Only : €30 Pay for Workshop and Foam Roller : €65 Workshop Logistics: Please arrive to the Clayton hotel, Cardiff Lane, Dublin Docklands at 6.45pm … Read More
A marathon is not for the faint of heart and here Mary explains its not for those who have not got a plan in place either. Respecting the distance is the first step to running a marathon. This article first appeared in The Irish Times in April 2016, you can read the full article online here.
Be sure to email if you do have any questions. Take a look below first, as we have tried to answer the most common questions we get asked: Who is the class suitable for? This class is aimed at anyone who was active before they became pregnant and wants to get back into an exercise routine again. You should be … Read More
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Having ran more than marathons Mary knows the pitfalls that can occur. Here she gives her top tips to enjoy your first one. This article first appeared in The Irish Times in October 2014. You can read the full article online here.
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