Don’t arrive on the start line realising that your GPS battery is dead, you had too much McD’s for breakie, you’ve forgotten your running shoes and only have your jandals, your new fluro Nike running shorts are already chaffing, and you have no idea how fast or slow to run … this is where a little practise comes in handy.
By Hayden Shearman // With just three weeks till the starter gun goes off at Frank Kitts Park for the 2015 Cigna Round the Bays, now is the time to add some speed […]
By Hayden Shearman. Back in 2007 I ran my first ever half marathon on this course. Seven years on, and with the added incentive of it hosting the national half marathon champs […]
By Hayden Shearman (TempoFit head coach). The cold, the rain, the lack of daylight, the appeal of an hour extra in bed … There’s plenty about winter that can keep us from becoming […]
A born-and-bred Londoner, Julia shares some of her thoughts and fondest memories of running in her hometown—everything from her double top-eight finish at the 2012 Games to the exhilaration of […]
So you’re one of the 13,000 entrants in this year’s AMI Round the Bays. By now, two weeks out from the event, you should have a nice base of running […]
An early start on a blustery Saturday as the neighbour decided that basketball might be a good option at 5am. Not sure if that was really early for him or […]
The Parkrun global initiative of free 5k races every week has now arrived in New Zealand. And Lower Hutt is the lucky town to get the first taste. It starts […]