By Hayden Shearman. On Sunday I raced the ITU Auckland standard distance triathlon (which doubled as the age group NZ champs). I have entered three sprint triathlons before: the first […]
After several months juggling the TempoFit coaching content on this blog site, we have now set up it’s own dedicated site. And it’s looking pretty snazzy! Check it out here!
One of the biggest barriers for taking casual joggers into competitive running is the “it’s just so hard out” factor. Joining a running club, training at the track, or entering […]
One of the major buzz phrases in sports psychology right now is the need to “be a process-driven athlete” as opposed to “results-driven”. The results-focused athlete enters a match or […]
New to running but don’t know what to eat, how much, and when? Worried that you’re going to be ravenously hungry or exhausted before you’ve even put your shoes on? […]
I’ll be honest with you, my eating habits aren’t always the picture of perfect health. I’m trying but I do tend to use my running as an excuse to eat […]
“If you don’t think you were born to run you’re not only denying history. You’re denying who you are.” – Christopher McDougall A few years ago McDougall’s book, Born to Run, […]