Hiking in Australia, Kosciuszko National Park (Vlog part 1)

Hiking in Australia is seriously one of the best family activities I think you can do. Fresh air, sun on your skin and adventure to be had by all. Hiking always becomes interesting when you have young ones, but the difficulty is well worth it at the end. Nicole has some great words of adviceContinue reading “Hiking in Australia, Kosciuszko National Park (Vlog part 1)”

Hiking to Kedumba Campsite Blue Mountains (A message to my son)

Hiking to Kedumba Campsite Blue Mountains (A message to my son) is the start to a new video series where I leave messages to my son Hamish. Message to my son. Time is the most valuable commodity. So┬áprecious┬áthat you are unable to buy more. Once lost, it can never be replenished. This hiking trip withContinue reading “Hiking to Kedumba Campsite Blue Mountains (A message to my son)”

Strength exercises for trail running (How to video part 4 of 5)

Strength exercises for trail running part 4 of 5 for tips on how you can implement strength exercises into your trail running routine. If you have trail running goals like a 50/100km event, getting your strength exercises in can be a key performance enhancer.

Balancing family and training (weekly vlog)

Balancing family and training is a never ending challenge. When it comes to improving your health and performance, lets face it… you will never have enough time and there never will be an ideal time to start. You just need to start where you are with what you have. Many of our clients don’t actuallyContinue reading “Balancing family and training (weekly vlog)”

Strength training for trail running (how to input strength work into your program)

Strength training for trail running running can be a hard thing to do. How much strength training do you do? How heavy do you make the strength training and how do you know if it is impacting your trail running on the weekend? This is video 1 of a 5 video series going over strengthContinue reading “Strength training for trail running (how to input strength work into your program)”