This week's newsletter has interesting articles, a date change for the Lakes College Fun Run, and late additions of Women's Run in the Park and the Woodlands Park Fun Run.
Life after a race
Ultra168 has five tips for you after you've finished your big race. While it specifically talks about plans after an ultramarathon, these tips are good no matter what distance you run. Check them out here at Ultra168.
Injury layoff survival guide 101
And if you've had to stop training due to an injury (instead of having finished your big race above) then Caine Warburton has a guide in this blog post at Running on the Edge. The "Be Patient" is possibly the most important step to remember.
How to smash your next parkrun
Former England international runner and parkrun ambassador Dr Mark Yelling gives his five essentials for a successful parkrun in this article at Outdoors Radar.
Mastering the lunch time run
For many runners, "runch" is the most important "meal" of the day. Running at lunch time provides a predictable window of opportunity to conquer some miles. David Roche offers some tips for lunch time running in this article at Trail Running Magazine.
A guide to multi day stage racing
There's been a slow rise in Australia of multi-stage/day events, and Dan at Ultra168 offers some brief advice on what to consider as part of a guide to multi stage racing in both your preparation and at the race in this article.
To find out what's been recently updated, check the recent updates page regularly. I include in this newsletter a list of the more important updates (see below) such as date changes, cancellations, or late additions to the calendar. And check out the full calendar of upcoming events.
- Lakes College Fun Run in Queensland has changed from 20 to 13 August
- Women's Run in the Park in Adelaide, with the next event on 9 July
- Woodlands Park Fun Run in Greenvale, Victoria on 9 July
That's all for this week, so have a great running week!