Submitted by Wildrunner on 10 November 2020
It’s just a jump to the left, and a step to the right. With your hands on your hips, you bring you knees in tight…
Not an iconic dance move, but a familiar dash for a bush, tree or large rock. Runner’s Gut is one of the many reasons that lifelong friendships happen out there on the trails. Any regular training partners eventually get around to discussing Tummy Trouble, and with that kind of truth between you, its friends forever.
Submitted by Wildrunner on 05 October 2020
Why Running Improves Productivity
Any runner knows, that our overall sense of happiness, accomplishment and health improves when we lace up regularly. Running is one of the most natural forms of movement, and a definite life-balancer. But did you know, that running makes you more productive, and better able to achieve your work goals, too? You might want to take this article along to your next performance appraisal.
Submitted by Wildrunner on 21 February 2020
We all KNOW we should be doing it, and it feels like everyone else IS, but what exactly is IT and where do we start? The hills are alive with misinformation, hype and training trends, so we took our burning questions to the professionals, for some rounded, realistic guidance on cross training for trail runners.
First in the hot seat is Brendan Lombard, a 30-year-old Cape based fitness expert, run coach and elite trail runner. When pressed to outline the top 3 tips that he would confidently hand to any trail runner, Brendan outlined the following: