Tag: Si Kristiansen

TBH Training Blog: Si Kristiansen

In a new feature, Si Kristiansen explains the virtues of regular training.   TBH Training Blog Every second, our body is in a state of deterioration and repair, with millions of cells dying and replaced at similar rates. Our body is always seeking homeostasis or in other words seeking balance.There are a number of factors …

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TBH Member of the Month: July 2014

Picking Member of the Month is usually a straight forward affair, with one club member standing out from the others either by producing a great set of race results or through a selfless act on behalf of the club. However, selecting July’s MotM was a different proposition altogether as there were four members up for …

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Strength & Technical Session: 28th July 2014

This evening’s session consisted of the Bleep Test, followed by one minute of press-ups and one minute of sit-ups. The results from the three tests can be found below.     Many thanks to Si Kristiansen and Dave Anderson for putting on the session.  

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Norman Woodcock Memorial 5mile Race — 24th November

Simon Kristiansen smiles his way through another report on a fantastic day for TBH. A bright cold afternoon at Gosforth Race Course saw the running of this year’s Norman Woodcock Memorial race, well organised by the Elswick Harriers. A two degree temperature and icy puddles provided perfect conditions for the hardened northerner. TBH were once …

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Heaton Town Moor Memorial 10k Race Report (2) – 11th November 2012

Third time lucky then. When Dave Young, Sophie Marr and myself accidentally trotted over the start line at the end of our warm-up around the Town Moor before Sunday’s Memorial 10k, we thought we’d just blown our chances of a collectively run sub-41m effort. Luckily it happens all the time, we were told, and it’s …

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