web analytics

Blog

Injury prevention for Runners – another view

I have recently been doing some coaching again  for House of Running.  I have worked with them in the past and was asked back to lead some training sessions and share some of my knowledge with the group.

A few weeks ago I was asked to talk about injury prevention to a group that I am […]

A Runner’s Diary – Egmond Half marathon race report

Six years ago I signed up for the Egmond half marathon and it was unfortunately cancelled due to bad weather. A year later I ran it and vowed never to do it again. It was dreadfully cold and painful.

But three years later, when the memory of the pain and cold had faded, I was […]

Success of Alignment – Biomechanics Coaching Workshop

Success of Alignment
Biomechanics Coaching Workshop – 2 July

High-achieving athletes:

Discover how Biomechanics Coaching can get you doing just that by coming to Wilson’s Workshop Success of Alignment.

What to expect:

All participants will enjoy special rates on full Wilson Workout’s Biomechanics Training packages.

I am Lorna Wilson. I am a marathon runner, a triathelete and a hard-working […]

Biomechanics Screening with Tjalle

I recently gave Tjalle, one of the owners of Natural Born Runners, a Biomechanics Screening. We’ve met at  Sport371, where I’ve been working a lot lately and where Natural Born Runners sell sport shoes.
He wrote a blog post about his experience, that he posted here. Beware, it’s in Dutch ;)

Coach talk: Recovery after long runs

On Saturday mornings at House of Running we always have one of the coaches or an expert speak about a useful subject to help those training for (half) marathons.  Last Saturday, I spoke about how to recover after long training runs.

Here are the tips I gave for a good recovery after long runs:

Nutrition

Make sure you […]

The truth behind the photo

We’ve just posted this new photo on the slideshow that’s on the home page of the website. I was originally looking for a stock photo I could buy to demonstrate highly driven, hard working women with a slant on triathlon. It was really a challenge to find and I was disappointed to see this type of […]

  • Permalink Gallery

    Movement Convention – Learning About Various Applications of Biomechanics Coaching

Movement Convention – Learning About Various Applications of Biomechanics Coaching

I recently went to Loughborough University for a Movement Convention – a day of filling my brain with lots of new information. There was so much to take in that on the Monday after my mind was blank. But now I’ve had a some time to reflect, I would like to share a few […]

Tina’s diary – After three Biomechanics sessions

Guest blog post – Tina has written a blog about the 3 Biomechanics sessions she’s had with Wilson’s Workouts. Thank you so much for your feedback, Tina! 
Imagine – spending a Sunday morning out running through the beautiful parks of Amsterdam, afterwards stopping for a coffee with friends… and not being in pain! Not starting […]

“Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead” movie screening

Last night, Wilson’s Workouts came together with EatLiveLoveFood  to show the movie “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead”. This movie follows an obese and very sick man do a juice diet for 60 days. He travels through the US speaking to people about obesity and telling them about what he is doing.

I don’t want to […]

Marginal gains

If you have been following what I have been up to, you will know that a couple of years ago I added cycling to my training regime and stepped into the world of triathlon. Today I want to tell you about my marginal gains this year.

If you follow cycling, you will have heard how the […]