As a teacher of young men I am constantly trying to engage students in activities that encourage restraint, whether it be meditation at the start of class, or developing a specific glossary of terms that must be included in a particular paragraph. I find that this gives students the ability to recognise what is important […]
When I enter holidays two things come to mind. Spend more time with my family and focusing more on training methods. Now that I’ve made the jump to racing, I like to be a little more deliberate in my approach to each session. Smashing myself for 1 to 2 hours just isn’t going to cut […]
During my first race I managed to finish in the top 10. A 64km road race that had an average speed of 36kph. It was a tough course and many of the hills relentlessly challenged both mind and body. As I look forward to my next race, I’m excited to ready myself and analyse the […]
I spoke to my brother yesterday and was pleased to hear that he is putting on the trainers again. He was always a much better runner than me and now time has got away from him. He said that he was just too sore the next day. Even though we can’t slow down the aging […]
This morning I rode to work and physically exhausted myself in the process but as I approach class I feel more awake and ready to tackle the day. Regardless of whether you are doing hill repeats, swimming 3 km or just going for a light walk, exercise before work because it is good for […]
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