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RaceTeam - Return Week 3


WEEK 3 Newsletter

Taking it to the next level

You guys are doing well, you have the first Pace Session session under your belt. Remember these sessions are pushing you to the next level which is good for the mind and the body, so keep yourself responsible to your paces.  

Your Week 3 endurance Saturday session is an undulating hill run. The Summit Road course has a nice gradient where you can focus on good technique and build leg strength.

Summit Road, your Week 3 Saturday session location

Summit Road, your Week 3 Saturday session location




Session Description and Safety
You will be running up the second half of Harry Ell Walkway which leads up to Summit Road: 

  1. Watch your footing as the surface is uneven on this track.

  2. Please make sure you can hear what is going on around you at all times.

  3. Please keep left and you must be able to hear what is going on around you at all times as cars and cyclists go fast along Summit Road.

  4. Please run no more than 2 abreast at any time.

  • Run down Victoria Park Road to where the road forks off to Harry Ell Walkway (at the half way point of Harry Ell).

  • Via left and join onto Harry Ell Track.

  • Follow the Harry Ell Track to the top and turn left following Summit Road to your turnaround time.

  • Continue along Summit Road until your half way turnaround time. This is an out and back run, turn around at a couple of minutes past your half way time and return back to the start/finish point.

Saturday's Course: Click on image to enlarge


Yoga for runners

The benefits of doing yoga once or twice a week is massive..your bodies are working hard, reward them with a lovely stretching sequence. This is a 20 min yoga sequence designed for runners and is one of the best things you can do for your body right now.

Race Day Nutrition

This week we will be sending you a video around race nutrition and things to remind yourself about around fuelling for the race -  so keep an eye out in your Inbox!

It’s hard to believe that there was a time where the idea of women running long distance was questioned. Up until 1967 no woman had entered the world famous Boston Marathon but that year Kathrine Switzer did just that, the first time in 70 years. When she entered the organisers didn’t realise a female had entered and on race day the fact that a female had in fact entered wasn’t met with open arms by the race organiser and during the race he tried to stop her from running. 

  • It's really important that you get to the physio asap if you have soreness that you feel is serious. We are early days in the programme but it does start to ramp up as week's progress - prevention is better than cure! Listen to your body.

  • Blister Free?
    Clare has give us a great recommendation for socks that guarantee no blisters!
    Wrightsock are the biz when it comes to socks to look after your feet and ensure no blisters interrupt your training - blisters can be very nasty! And the best news is - it is a New-Zealand based, owned and operated company ;o)
    Check out their website for more info: Click here

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