Keeping the pace with London

2016 London Marathon – Latest update on my progress towards next years Marathon which I will be entering in support of RP Fighting Blindness.

I have been really busy over the last few weeks, setting up some running partners – guides to help with my training during the cold and wet build up to Christmas.

Fortunately I have found a couple of guides who will help me stay focussed over the next couple of months, and help me to build my overall fitness during this period.

I am really pleased to share that I’ve found a fitness instructor, who will be training with me after Christmas, and he has taken on the task to actually guide me throughout the Marathon.

It is really cool to have found such a guide, because he is happy to set me up with a full Marathon running plan, helping me at each stage of the journey.

Being a lazy runner, I will need someone like him to get the best out of my training, keep me injury free, and push things to the next level.

My hopes are to do a sub four hour run but I will have to work really hard to get there, and I will be adding to this blog to keep you all up to date with my progress so watch this space and keep tuned to AMH Pianos or my Twitter feed for updates. Wish me luck!

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Andy Howard

I am Andy Howard (AEWVH Diploma, MAPTA). I started AMH Piano Services, as I wanted to provide a highly professional piano tuning service to the Greater London area. I completed a three year course at The Royal National College for the Blind, Hereford, in 1992; being awarded a credit in the AEWVH Diploma in Piano Tuning/Technician. I have worked for pianists at all levels, from beginners to professionals. I tune for recording studio’s and theatrical music companies, music teachers, professional musicians, going anywhere the music takes me. I work alongside other industry professional to provide a full spectrum piano service.

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