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At the finish line of Tarawera Ultra in February of 2016 someone said to me ‘Ali you should run a 100’ ‘No way! I’m not that stupid. I like myself too much’ was my response. Fast forward to September 2017 and suddenly I’d become.. that stupid Surf Coast Century appealed to me because of the scenic Read more about Surf Coast Century 100[…]
It’s the injury we see most often as coaches and something we always acutely aware of as runners. Iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS) is the second leading cause of knee pain in runners and is the number one cause of lateral knee pain. (1) ITBS is an overuse running injury that results from repetitive friction of Read more about ITBS in runners – Intervention[…]
MY JOURNEY TO UTA 100 I did it! I completed the UTA 100! I still can’t believe it. Before the race I imagined myself crawling up Furber Steps, staggering across the finish line and collapsing with exhaustion. Instead, I ran into the arms of my coaches Kerry and Ali from Squadrun and was on a Read more about NOT JUST ANY 100[…]
Ultra trail Australia debrief. I’d really love to get a little bit of personal intel from those willing to share. What worked? What didn’t? How did your nutrition go? What would you do again? What wouldn’t you do again? What was the bit of advice/support that you used that helped and what did we NOT Read more about Ultra-trail Australia Debrief – The SQUADRUN perspective[…]
Blue Mountains National Park Training Camp March 31 to April 2nd 2017 Purpose This purpose of this post is to outlay the plan regarding the proposed training camp for March 31st to April 2nd 2017 in the Blue Mountains National Park (A World Heritage site). This post is supplementary to the SQUADRUN Operations Manual and Safety Read more about SQUADRUN UTA Training Camp 2017[…]
With the temps scorching at the moment, now is the time to talk about training in the heat. There’s not really another way to escape it but let’s look at what we can do to help ourselves train, and race, in the heat. *apart from getting on a plane and flying to cooler climes. Or by Read more about Mercury Rising[…]
The Kepler Challenge has been on the fringes of my imagination for longer than I remember. The race started in 1988 and was always one of those races that insanely fit people did, but I never really thought I would. After I completed UTA, my family in NZ would occasionally say “You should do Kepler” Read more about Ngaire Runs Kepler[…]
I’d heard about this mythical Sports Bra shop where they had a whole heap of sports bras to choose from AND a treadmill to try ‘em out on; so when in Melbourne for Great Ocean Walkway 100’s, I knew that I wanted to pay this place a visit. I headed into She Science and met Read more about Is Getting the Right Sports Bra Rocket Science?[…]
As unaccustomed as I am to public speaking… – Kerry Suter Some flight delays have given me this opportunity to pen a bit of a weekend wrap up following a massive few days for the Australasian SQUADRUN team. Ali and I were back on the west island for a brief trip of the southern coast and Read more about Great Ocean Walkway Wrap-up[…]
It’s been a few days now since the amazingness that was Ultra Trail Australia, and we are only just starting to get over the lack of sleep and the emotional roller-coaster that the past week has been. In July last year Kerry used his running knowledge, maths prowess, and computer nerdery to create a Read more about Ultra Trail Australia from a Coaches Perspective[…]