$12/w – Get coached to YOUR race
Need a training programme for YOUR special event? We have hundreds of athletes training towards dozens of races both on and off road. Regardless of the distance or your fitness we will write a highly bespoke training programme that’s just for YOU for just $12/w
$12/w Train to Target: Marathon
Sydney, Gold Coast, Melbourne and more! Join us in training for your target marathon and get the training plan that’s right for you.
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$12/w Train with SQUADRUN – Maintenance Plans
Be fit and race-ready with the “Train with SQUADRUN” programmes that delivers you structured training regardless of your ability or target event.
8-week ‘Run it FASTER’ Plans
Time to kick some tyres and light some fires! This is the highly detailed plan for 8 weeks of exacting training. Currently available beginner and advanced programmes for the Marathon distance.
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Night Running! It’s one of my most favourite things. Things look different in the dark. There’s a calm in the air. You hear different noises, see different creatures and the air is cool. It’s something that many people find a little daunting but fear not, once you have done it a few times it Read more about Night Running[…]
Disclaimers. It’s something that we seem to add on to our sentences these days. As a coach I hear it all the time. ‘It’s slow compared to…’ ‘It doesn’t seem far when everyone else is doing this but…’ ‘It’s probably not much for you…’ It’s a heap of unnecessary words. If it’s something you Read more about No More Disclaimers.[…]
Should you get a coach or will that free programme suffice? This conversation crops up a bit here and it’d be great to say there was one answer that best suited everyone. But there isn’t. We’re all different and there’s loads of solutions out there to choose from. If you’re making the commitment to run Read more about Coach or no?[…]
“I’m not running another ultra until some time next year” Phew – nothing to worry about then… It’s a little over 100 days until the very first Margaret River Ultramarathon and we’re preparing athletes for their Christmas and New Years break and we thought it a good time to share our top-tips for what you Read more about Margaret River Ultra Xmas Training[…]
Our body tells us we want a good rest after a hard training session, we all know that tired haze that can become a bit all consuming. Mixed up in that though is the need to do the washing, catch up on work, run the kids to sports practices, do the vacuum cleaning….. and sleep Read more about Sleep[…]
You’ve set the alarm, you’ve clicked the buttons, charged the Credit Card and now you’re thinking ‘Holy heck, I’ve got to run an ultramarathon…’ What should you do now? Start getting some runs done. Everyone worries about ‘peaking too early’ there’s actually no such thing. The better base of training you have ‘underneath’ you the Read more about So you’ve signed up for UTA… Now what?[…]
The case for LCHF? …in the beginning We spend a great deal of our ‘modern’ lives online with much time spent wading through the miss-information super-highway of social media. Anyone with more than a passing interest in endurance sports would have noticed the swath of discussions around ‘Low Carb, High Fat’ diets for athletes. A Read more about The case for LCHF[…]
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[…]