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Training – Plans and Principles.

I think we are agreed on this: Exercise is vital. Johnathan Shaw writes the following in the Harvard Magazine – We are obviously involved in helping swimmers, cyclists, and runners, and so I have a better understanding of endurance sports … Continue reading

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Protein Part 2 by guest blogger Nicola Drabble.

Part 2 In part 1, I discussed why protein is essential for heath and its importance in sports nutrition.  In part 2, I will be discussing protein in endurance sports before, during and after exercise. Protein intake pre exercise The … Continue reading

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Heart Rate Training 2 – Be like Ed.

So, you have read Heart Rate Training – part 1. If you haven’t just click on the highlighted section now. Now let’s unpack the the Yin/Yang – Hard/Easy concept. Runners who do not understand their heart rates will often run … Continue reading

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Heart Rate Training – Part 1.

I want to spend time looking at the importance of heart rate training. Your heart rate is an insight as to what is happening in your body. A low resting heart rate indicates fitness, a higher than normal resting heart … Continue reading

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Treat the Person and not the Injury.

We specialise in three primary areas, namely: – Runners Leg Assessments – Myofascial release/massage – Bike setups. There are two primary reasons for people making appointments for the above: some want to get more efficient in their sport, and others come … Continue reading

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Understanding Heart Rate Zones.

I would encourage people training for a specific event to incorporate heart rate based training into their regime.  Without it, your training will tend to become one dimensional, you may train at a similar speed each run and never actually … Continue reading

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How to run your first 10 K race.

So, you want to participate in a 10 k race. Here is how to go about it. The 10 k distance is brilliant for anyone who has run a 5 k. In order to get used to those distances it … Continue reading

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Runners Wisdom.

It’s amazing how much you learn during a run. I have said for years that what you learn in endurance sport can be directly related to life in general. So, here are some of the key learnings. Never make a … Continue reading

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Team SBR Sport

We recently announced that we have decided to open a Triathlon club, called “Team SBR Sport”. We will introduce two training schedules, an intermediate program and a more advanced one. Fees: There will be an initial joining fee of R … Continue reading

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Motivation to Train.

“Nothing’s better than the wind to your back, the sun in front of you, and your friends beside you.” – Aaron Douglas Trimble “Every human being is the author of his own health or disease.” – Buddha 1. Take baby … Continue reading

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