A bit more about the site and how it came into existence. Also some back story into the creator and author, how I got into running and what it means to me.
The Antisocial Runner is a blog born out of a desire to offer help and advice to fellow runners. We were all beginners at one stage, and whilst putting on a pair of trainers and heading out of the door is a fairly straight forward task, delve deeper and it is actually far more complex than that. From kit to nutrition, tempo to intervals, the aim of this site is to shed light, and answer those questions that we’ve all asked at some stage during our running journey. I certainly do not claim to know it all, but I’ve been running for some time now, and feel that my experiences are worth sharing with others. Running is great for the mind and body and can be highly satisfying, but it can also be highly frustrating. I try to reflect on all aspects for a true representation of my training. Please do get in touch if you have any feedback or questions, they will be warmly welcomed. For more on The Antisocial Runner, why it is called so, and a bit more detail about myself personally, click to read my story.