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Why you Should Include Hills in your Run Training

 

Former Olympian and marathon gold medalist Frank Shorter once said, “Hills are speedwork in disguise”. Truer words were never spoken and runners everywhere will tell you of...

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Caffeine and Performance

Caffeine is a widely used, socially acceptable stimulant.

It is found naturally in the leaves, beans and fruits of a variety of plants. The most common dietary sources of caffeine include...

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Staying Motivated Over Winter

The days are shorter, colder, and darker. Your bed is so warm and it is getting harder and harder to get out of bed. “I will do it tonight after work…” you whisper to...
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How to perfect your Triathlon Warm-Up (Part 1)

 
Most athletes have heard at some point that they should warm-up before a race, but how many really do? And of those that do, how many are doing an effective warm-up? From my experience,...
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How to Translate Running Chat

 
Before I start this post, I need to point out the obvious.
  • I am a running coach.
  • I like running.

However, despite these obvious facts, I get frustrated with ‘running...

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Making The Move... From Sneakers To Cleats

 

Are you a beginner triathlete still wearing sneakers on the bike? If yes, you are not alone. There is a definite and real fear associated with making the move to cleats. When you are new...

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Racing in the Heat

 

Signing up for race that will have warm holiday-like conditions can be very exciting, especially if it means leaving Melbourne winter (or similar) for a tropical race destination But as...

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Recovery Methods Part 1: The Basics. Which Ones are the Most Effective?

There are many different recovery methods that are often discussed as options for endurance athletes, and many companies benefit from products related to these. But which ones actually work, and...

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Balancing Act - When All There Is, Is Sport

 

Almost by definition, elite triathletes (and often serious age grouper triathletes) and coaches are extremely dedicated to their sport.  The large majority of their life effort and...

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Stretching can be useful, But are you Getting it Right?

Most athletes lead busy lives and it is easy for little things, like stretching, to fall into the ‘not gonna happen’ pile. While many of our coaches will tell us to stretch it is common...

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