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 // We are just under three months out from Wellington’s massive festival of running: Cigna Round the Bays. On 22 February, the weather will be perfect (isn’t […]
By Hayden Shearman // The Auckland Marathon has come and gone for another year. So it’s time to reflect on what was a warm, but typically epic festival of running. […]
By Hayden Shearman // Ahead of the Auckland Marathon I wanted to write a little motivation piece for the runners I coach and for the 80-odd TempoFit-ers who joined us for our Spring […]
By Hayden Shearman // Wow it’s hard to believe that we’re inside two weeks to go till the great dance. The time when Aucklanders don their running shoes by the […]
By Hayden Shearman // This week there’s been a noticeable increase in the number of runners out and about training for the Auckland Marathon. Trouble is, it’s almost too late. Aside […]
By Hayden Shearman // As the Auckland Marathon draws ever closer, I’ll be sharing some (hopefully) helpful insights to help get you to the start line as prepared as possible […]