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Tinnitus: the gift that never stops giving. Ever.

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A little warning: it’s not exactly rare for me to swear on this blog, but as this post might (I hope) get found by people not familiar with my writing then please take it as read that there are some words you probably won’t hear your nan say. Unless she works down the docks. It is August 1992. I am …

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Finding your motivation

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Wait, WAIT. Don’t panic. This isn’t going to be an instructional post about how to find your motivation. Because frankly, I couldn’t tell you. And I wouldn’t pretend that there is some magical ‘one size fits all’ solution for making exercise a part of your life, making it something that you just do and enjoy. I’m 42 years old and …

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The art of doing fuck all

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RIGHT then. I am rolling up my sleeves (figuratively). I am cracking my knuckles like Bruce Lee before he fights Chuck Norris. I am PREPARING. Preparing to smear some more verbal effluent directly into your eyeballs. It’s been a long time. Doubtless my regular readers have deserted me, and who could blame them? ME, and in a very DIRECT and …

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How serious am I about Freeletics?

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Wotcher. You may be pleased to hear that this week’s post is not only a bit less vitriolic than last week’s, it is also shorter. So that’s a bit less of your life wasted reading this bollocks. You’re welcome. As I write this, sweating after an yet another no-starred Atlas (I am shaking my fist at the Straight Leg Lever …

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The punishing tedium of injury

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So… [drums fingers on table] Erm… I… Er… Well. Difficult post this week. A couple of days late as well, thanks directly to the fact that I sat here for about two hours yesterday unable to put fingers to keyboard. The problem, as you may be aware, is that this is a blog in which I talk primarily about Freeletics. …