Last month I became an Ultra-Marathon runner! Following in Vicki’s foot steps. I should put ‘ultra’ and ‘runner’ in quotation marks because both make the title sound way more impressive than … Read More
Spring is in the air and that means 2 things, better weather and longer days. For those of us who like to get out in the great outdoors and move … Read More
Five last-minute tips to get you to the finish line (and the start line) at The City to Bay: Work out what you are going to wear During the last … Read More
Looking at starting pointe work soon or in the future? Pre pointe assessments are an important component of the journey to pointe work. Ballet is one of the most rigorous forms … Read More
With 8 weeks left until the City to Bay Fun Run, there is still time to fit in some training and get you across the finish line at Glenelg. Follow … Read More
To many people, an ultra-marathon through the mountains may sound completely crazy, but I could not be more excited to race Ultra Trail Australia. This race has been a dream of mine ever since I got into the world of trail running, and many months of hard work, planning, and preparation have gone into this single race.
By Caitlin Cormack, Physiotherapist Golf requires a combination of many physical (as well as mental) factors – muscular strength and flexibility, core stability, balance and neuromuscular function. As most golfer’s … Read More