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Digital Subscriptions > Women’s Running > October 2018 > REVOLUTIONISE YOUR LIFE!

REVOLUTIONISE YOUR LIFE!

IT MAY SEEM DAUNTING TRAINING FOR A MARATHON OR ULTRA WHILE YOU JUGGLE WORK AND FAMILY LIFE, BUT OUR FITNESS EDITOR ANNE-MARIE LATEGAN BELIEVES YOU CAN DO IT!

FAMILY PLANNING

Work, school run, after-school activities, holidays… family life can be hectic and trying to train for a marathon or ultramarathon can add to the family stress. As women, we often feel guilty if we leave our family in order to train, but we can also feel guilty if we don’t train. Rest assured; there is no right or wrong way to train for a marathon or ultra – and what works for one woman will not necessarily work for you. But there’s little doubt that you can surprise yourself with just how much you can achieve if you put your mind to it.

Put your training runs in your diary and on the fridge
”Did I just put a pie in the oven or a child?” Family life can be hectic, time- and energy-consuming for the runner parent
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This issue of WR celebrates how crucial, and inspiring, families are to every athlete. Yes, you are an athlete! I’m writing this in the middle of the school summer holidays; my training plans have disintegrated, our house has been swallowed by mess, and my stress levels are higher than I’d like. I defnitely don’t feel like an athlete! Enjoy the issue!