Running, Triathlon

November 6, 2018

How To Run Injury Free

So many runners struggle with injury. Here are four specific things you can do to run injury free.

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Coached group run training session

Running

October 23, 2018

Be Careful Who You Listen To

Training and racing advice is easy to find, and a lot harder to filter. Here's how to do it.

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Runner and Coach in the Coached Lab

Running, Triathlon

October 9, 2018

Why MAF Testing Is Useful (And How To Do It)

Developed by Dr Phil Maffetone, the MAF test is a useful test for tracking the development of your aerobic fitness. Here's how to do it.

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Female runner looking at her heart rate monitor

Running, Triathlon

August 28, 2018

Why Mileage Is Important (But Not That Important)

There’s more to running fast than the mileage you run. If you fixate on a specific session or weekly mileage target, you may be doing yourself a disservice.

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Runner training on the roads of New Zealand

Running, Triathlon

August 14, 2018

Consistency Is The Ultimate Performance Enhancer

Consistency is the ultimate performance enhancer. When you apply these six strategies, you'll become a more consistent and faster athlete.

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Runner training on grass hills

Lifestyle

July 31, 2018

Sleep Your Way To Better Performance

Good quality sleep is an often overlooked requirement for any athlete looking to perform at their potential in training and racing. Here's why!

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Running, Triathlon

July 3, 2018

Why Hills Are Speedwork In Disguise

1972 Olympic marathon champion, Frank Shorter, once said that hills are speedwork in disguise. It's a great quote, here's why!

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Running, Triathlon

May 3, 2018

How To Determine Your Ideal Hydration Plan

When you know these numbers, it’s easy to customise a hydration plan that will improve the quality of your training and recovery.

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Running, Triathlon

April 5, 2018

Why You Should Learn From (Not Copy) Other Athletes

“But that is what [insert athlete name here] is doing.” It’s something I hear from the athletes I coach and from the athletes I don’t. It seems everyone is comparing themselves to others and looking for the next hack that will take their performance to the next level.

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