As children, we loved to run around, it’s one of the first things we learn to do. In today’s society, everything is rush-rush, work-work  and we forget how fun and amazing it can feel to just run. As a running coach, I see many first time runners wanting to set themselves a challenge with an […]

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As a running fanatic, I’m always on the lookout for the best wearable tech for running. I’ve road tested several different watches to track my runs and monitor my progress, such as Garmin 405 Forerunner and my new go-to Fitbit Surge that is easy to wear all day. There’s no doubt we’re spoilt for choice when […]

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Have you ever resolved to live healthier or make better lifestyle choices, but didn’t stick with it? Despite the best of intentions, re-wiring our brain to adopt a new behaviour is no easy feat. If you’ve ever set a big goal, you’ll know the rush excitement – your enthusiasm is high and you just can’t […]

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There’s no denying the way we think and feel about our bodies is often influenced by how we perceive others. Many males might envisage themselves as having the strength and muscle mass of Thor, while women might strive to take on a more Miranda Kerr-like physique. In today’s society of #fitspo bodies and perfectly crafted […]

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Whether you can’t start your day without a morning run, or you prefer to burn off some steam at the end of the day, any exercise is better than no exercise at all. Everyone has their own theories and preferences, but ultimately when you choose to train depends on your goals. So I like to […]

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Do you start the year with great intentions and resolutions, only to be back to your normal ways a month later? Let 2016 be the year you start and follow through on your goals by avoiding these common pitfalls: ACTIONS VS. OUTCOMES Running a 5k, losing 5kg or maybe even changing your career are all […]

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