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🔥STRENGTH & RUNNING: GET IT RIGHT✔️- Part II

🔥STRENGTH & RUNNING: GET IT RIGHT✔️- Part II Focus on the Quality of Movement ☑️ as a priority versus everything else i.e. repetitions, time etc.—▶️Training the Core for Strength – Dead Bug 🐞:.1️⃣ Lie on your back and ensure that your hips are tilted posteriorly, achieve this by flushing your lower back flat on the…
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How to Recover over the age of 40 – Part 2

I’ve noticed with our athletes over 40 and into their 60s have the ability to train incredibly hard. They have the power and endurance to keep up with their much younger self, but they pay the price afterward as their ability to recover has declined with age. How to Recover over the age of 40 is part two…
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🔥STRENGTH & RUNNING: GET IT RIGHT✔️ – Part I

Strength training usually gets a back seat with runners, where the priority of embracing volume takes precedence over everything else. In this 5-part series, we look at how strength training and specific conditioning can benefit runners of all levels.—▶️ Forces Acting on the Body:.Running 🏃‍♀️ is a unilateral movement – one leg at a time…
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How to Recover over the age of 40 – Part 1

Over 40 you can keep getting fitter and stronger when you counteract what is happening with our body as we age. Below is Part 1 of my recipe for being the best athlete you can be over the age of 40. The primary focus of the anti-aging medical community these days is the steady and…
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Being in the zone

Imagine… you’re in the middle of a race when suddenly time stands still and everything clicks… Your pain and exhaustion melt away. Your breath becomes effortless and your muscles fully charged. Like a laser beam, you’re singularly focused and immersed in the task at hand. Your body is a literal machine, ready and able to do exactly as you command it with…
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Open Water Training Tips

Unlike swimming along a black line in pristine waters at a pool, swimming in the open water has its own unique demands that require skill practice too. These skills can include but are not limited to: swimming in a straight line sighting/navigation dive/plunge/deep water starts swimming in a group and jostling for position turning around…
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Oakley One Love

Oakley® unveils a powerful remake of Bob Marley’s iconic anthem -One Love-as part of the brand’s 2020 For the Love of SportCampaign. The official release aims to inspire hope and positivity during a time of uncertainty by celebrating sport, and how it can enlighten and uplift. The reworked verses were co-written by Oakley Athletes including…
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Creatine for 💪 and 🧠

If you’re looking for a way to take your workouts to the next level, Momentous Performance Creatine can help! Creatine is a type of amino acid that plays an important role in energy production and power output. Even more importantly, it helps to recycle ATP, which is used as a main source of fuel by…
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“You Can’t Stop Us”

“We’re never alone and that is our strength. Because when we’re doubted, we’ll play as one.” – Megan Rapinoe A month has passed since the half-year mark and as the world continues to cope with the effects of many undesired circumstance, athletes like us, around the world are pushing forward and using their platforms to…
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Dsquad, one year on.

The D Squad was established just a little over a year ago, on 1 July 2019. I clearly remember us giving the last push and taking that massive leap of faith on a 2-hour bus ride to the SEA Games Mixed Team Relay Trials in Educity, Malaysia. There was so much uncertainty (on how our…
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