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CALEB MCINNES – PODIATRIST / TRI/DUATHLETE / TRAILBLAZER

Caleb is a podiatrist at his business Freedom Sports Medicine in Mt Evelyn, VIC. He never finds it hard to get motivated because he loves how running makes him feel and how it clears his head. Caleb has a strong sporting background including representing Australia in Triathlon & Duathlon and has also previously represented Victoria in cross-country running. His favourite running memory is winning the Rotorua NZ, 10km Trail Run in a course record… he said it was beautiful…

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BRADLEY BULLOCK – REMEDIAL MASSAGE THERAPIST / TRIATHLON COACH / DJ

Brad is a massage therapist at Vigor Health and a triathlon coach – two good things in one! He is a very successful triathlete himself – he has many achievements including competing in the Hawaii Ironman World Championships in 2011, which is his all time favourite event. He is a coffee fiend and in his spare time grows his own food and rocks out on the DJ decks at home! He recommends http://boilerroom.tv as a good source of tunes!

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KATE BEVILAQUA – COACH / TRIATHLETE / SUNRISE SEEKER

Kate and her partner Guy Crawford are professional triathletes that reside in sunny Perth. They are triathlon coaches of their squad GKEndurance. They cater to all athletes from beginners to the elite. An interesting fact is that they met through sport 😉 Kate loves running because of the freedom it provide and is a chaser of the sun as they have an endless summer because they also spend a good time of the year in Boise, Idaho. Her…

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PAT CAROLL – coach / gun marathoner / 80’s enthusiast

Pat is an online and onland with PCRG running coach who is ranked 4th on the Australian all-time list for the Marathon behind Rob De Castella, Steve Moneghetti and Derek Clayton – and now channels his energy into helping runners achieve their own goals. Since hanging up his “fast” runners, he has helped hundreds of runners achieve their goals. Whether it’s sub 3 hours for a Marathon – sub 2 hours for a Half Marathon or to be able to run continuously for…

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Is it worth having more than one pair of running shoes?

By Jessica Large The short answer is absolutely! Having two (or more if you’re lucky enough) pairs of running shoes is beneficial both for your body and your shoes. By alternating shoes on different days and for different types of running sessions (speed work, trails, long distance) the risk of injury is reduced. Generally shoes with more support and cushioning are generally better suited for longer runs and endurance based sessions. On the other hand,…

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Finding the right balance between cushioning and support in your running shoes

Why do you run?  Maybe it’s that last piece of cake staring at you from inside the fridge, the chance to clear the mind of the week’s woes, or that rush of endorphins that more than justifies the 6am rise. While we don’t all have the most biomechanically efficient running gait, or the ability to finish a marathon in under 2:30, one goal many running enthusiasts dedicate themselves to is achieving the perfect foot strike.…

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