My main focus is on making training a fundamental part of lifestyle and to train in a way that is enjoyable. Although it’s great when you see your times improve, going faster is less important to me now than being able to go longer. Training to go longer enables me to spend more time training… Continue reading Training philosophy
I don’t see training or exercise as a chore, any more than eating good nutrition is a sacrifice. If I felt like that I would have given up both a long time ago. For me, it’s mainly about feeling good and fit and healthy, not really about smashing times and hitting targets of fitness or… Continue reading General thoughts on training, lifestyle etc.
I’m not a qualified doctor or nutrionist or sports scientist etc., but I’m writing this blog because several people reckoned I should share what knowledge I have and suggested a blog. I’ve never blogged before but I kind of like the idea of informally chronicling my experiences and what I learn. If others get something… Continue reading I’m no expert …
I don’t follow any particular diet and believe in a certain amount of flexibility, according to individual preferences. Any diet that just prohibits has no chance of working. My approach has been to gradually substitute tasty healthy options for the harmful foods, rather than an all or nothing approach that many diets preached. Following this… Continue reading My own nutritional guidelines.
Hi. My name is David Perry. I am a 57 year old triathlete and ultramarathoner living in Oxford, England. The aim of this blog is to share my experiences as an older athlete, especially with regard to training and nutrition. I am not a qualified medical practioner so you should seek professional medical advice if… Continue reading Purpose of this blog