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Ballard for London Para

Selection to a fourth Australian team for the 2012 Paralympic Games couldn’t have come at a better time for Angela Ballard (NSW). She is ranked number one internationally in the wheelchair 100m and 200m (class T53) and will head to London (GBR) on the back of a strong campaign at the Swiss Wheelchair National Championships […]

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Welcome to the Methods of the Training section

In this section we will be discussing the various training methods available for the athlete to reach their full potential. The first method we discussed was Interval Training, where we provided data to assist you in understanding the purpose of such sessions. This first article covered Interval Training Defined as well as The Physiology of […]

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The Off Training Period – 10K Training programs

Further information to make a success out of your 10k training programs. You have been training on the program for 3 to 4 months and you are beginning to feel jaded and the progress has become a little slower. It is time to rest. Rest and recovery is most important. We recommend a break of […]

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The Build Up Period – 10K Training programs

Further information to make a success out of your 10k training programs. Please note, this Build Up is only recommended for those who have trained on the 10k training programs previously. Do not start with the Build Up if you have not trained on the programs The Build Up was known in the days gone […]

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Training to improve Aerobic power utilising Heart Rate

Train at percentage HRmax It is generally accepted that, aerobic capacity is developed by exercising with your heart rate at about 70% of maximum. During walking, or running, this increase is equivalent to about 55% of the VO2 max or, for college aged men and women, to heart rate of 130 to 140 beats per […]

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Water running can be beneficial to athlete

Water running in the deep end of the pool is quite advantageous as an alternative workout for run training. There are a few reasons why I recommend water running in an athlete’s training plan. One of the primary reasons is if the athlete has an injury that will not allow him or her to run […]

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The Warning Signs of Overtraining

Listed below are the warning signs of overtraining: In the Muscles Persistent soreness and stiffness in the muscles, joints and tendons. Heavy – leggedness. Emotional Symptoms Loss of interest in training. Nervousness – a heightened state Depression – humour is lacking A “I don’t care” attitude. Inability to relax – linked to nervousness A drop […]

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The Race Period for Racers

Further information to make a success out of your 10k training programs. Please note, this RACE PERIOD for RACERS is only recommended for those who would like to race for a period of 4 to 6 weeks max. This is normally aimed at the more ELITE athletes, sub 33min 10k PB or a Women with […]

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Welcome to the section covering Overtraining

Overtraining is a problem which affects a number of athletes at some time in their running career. Often an athlete is sufficiently lucky to pickup a minor injury or a touch of influenza that curtails their training. Runners are often compulsive by nature, this can apply to most sports, however in running where the athlete […]

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