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TRANSITIONING FROM SPRING TO FALL RACING SEASONS

For those of you here in the US, most of us have completed our goal spring race and I hope it went well for you. Now is the time to look back and review what you’ve done and put in place the changes that will help you improve on your times and goals. For those of you who are in winter and about to hit spring, then it’s time to get running fit so head over to my May and June column articles…

DOING THE LITTLE THINGS FOR BIG RUNNING RESULTS

I find a lot of people who approach me – looking to improve their running or training for a personal record (PR), whether their goal is to race in their first 5K or tenth marathon – don’t think about doing the ‘little things’. However, it’s the little things that ultimately adds up to big PR’s down the road…

I’M A RUNNER: NOW WHAT?

I truly believe one of the biggest reasons people get hurt or even worse, stop running is because they try to run too fast, too long, or too soon. My main motto is, “To get faster you need to slow down.”

THE BENEFITS OF JOINING A RUNNING CLUB

As a full-time certified coach with 30-years of experience, I get the privilege of being at the runs to oversee workouts and to answer any questions you might have. There are so many advantages to running in a group, or joining a club as opposed to running alone. Of course, what you prefer depends entirely on you and your level of comfort…

Natalie Bassingthwaite Shaping Up For Marriage in December

Natalie Bassingthwaite at the Cirque Du Soleil Premiere

NEWS-IN-BRIEF: Natalie Bassingthwaighte, X Factor host, is shaping-up for marriage to Rogue Trader’s drummer Cameron McGlinchey in December Blake Worrall-Thompson, owner of the Ministry of Wellbeing has trained Natalie for six weeks. Nat’s fitness plan is balanced between running and high intensity weight circuits said Worrall-Thompson. “Running is alright for Nat because she has a […]

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