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Training

How to go the Distance and Push Past the Brain Barriers

June 25, 2015 |

Most runners have been there at some point when they were starting out, in a training run or at an event. The thoughts start trotting through your head I can’t keep going, my legs hurt, I don’t think … Read More

Why Kids Should See you Exercise – Pina Critoph

June 25, 2015 |

Kids are like sponges and they absorb everything around them – the good and the bad. If exercise is part of your life and part of your family routine then your kids are more likely to take part in exercise, … Read More

What are the Best Recovery Activities and Foods for Runners?

June 9, 2015 |

In any group of runners you will find great variety – each person can be starting from a different fitness level, aiming for a different distance, have various dietary requirements and like a whole range of foods, drinks and activities. … Read More

Running 10km? Training plans to suit runners of all levels

May 15, 2015 | 1

Elite runner, Vlad Shatrov, and his team at RunLab have developed a 10 week training program for all levels of runners to help you get ready for the Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 10k event The good news is, whilst the … Read More

5km training plan for beginner runners

May 5, 2015 | 1

Congratulations on deciding to start training for the Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 5k fun-run!

Elite runner, Vlad Shatrov, and his team at RunLab have developed a 10 week training program for anyone who is new to running and is looking … Read More

The Importance of Cooling Down After a Workout

February 27, 2014 |

It’s understandable that you might not feel like doing a cool down after a rigorous exercise session. After all, you’re probably exhausted enough that you just feel like getting straight into the shower or slipping into a spa. However, according … Read More

Fitness Assessment – Test Your Fitness Level

February 27, 2014 |

If you’re planning on starting a new workout regime, it’s strongly advised that you assess your fitness level before launching into a fitness program. Overestimating your fitness can lead you to serious injury or illness, while underestimating your fitness can … Read More

Workout Routines – Developing a Plan

February 27, 2014 |

Exercise is Medicine Australia, says that exercise at the “correct density and duration” is key to health. To make sure you are exercising correctly, your workout regime needs to be well planned if it’s going to be a success. Whether … Read More

Preparing For a 10km Run

February 27, 2014 |

Here are 9 tips to prepare you for running the Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 10K.

1. Hydrate

Drink plenty of water in the days leading up to and first thing in the morning on race day. Avoid drinking alcohol the … Read More

Is There a Best Time of Day to Exercise?

February 27, 2014 |

When you start a new fitness program, you might be wondering if there is a best time of day to exercise. Sticking with a regular exercise program is the main key to success, but here are some pros and cons … Read More