After discussions with the @thedockcbr on the Kingston Foreshore and with consideration to the recommendations announced by @scottmorrisonmp ... Running for Resilience will continue in somewhat of a limited capacity.
1. We will still meet at the Dock at 6pm, taking all necessary precautions
2. We will not have the usual food and drink afterwards
Where sensible, no matter what you’re facing, keep moving how you can.
Everyone and all fitness levels are welcome! (Including walkers)
My first medal, and it was a good one
I’ve never been much for entering races, preferring to run just for the enjoyment of it. That’s not to say I don’t like setting goals or earning a new PB. But events and races just never really came up on my radar.
In 2015 my running was getting a little more serious, and with that came increases in distance. One day I realised I was running 20+ kilometres on a weeknight after work, without it being too much of a big deal. So I decided that if that was possible maybe I could train for a marathon. I had got to a half marathon without too much trouble so it seemed like an achievable goal.
Three months of hard work, long hours, and hundreds of kilometres of training runs later, I stood on the finish line. I’d missed my target of 4 hours by a tantalisingly small amount, but it didn’t matter. I knew I’d given everything I had, and there was nothing left in the tank that could make that time up. And that’s pretty much all I could ask for.
Now, had the stewards not sent us the wrong way when leaving Centennial Park, could I have got sub-4? Maybe. But then again, maybe I wouldn’t have had the drive to go back and do it again. But that’s a story for another #medalmonday
Thank you @heather.d66 for this amazing review quote on my book. Heather Duffy is a scientist and first person to give me an honest feedback in an extremely long email. I am so grateful to have met her at surf coast century last year when we ran 100km together. It means so much to me, hope we all stay safe, wash our hands, wear mask if necessary and of course read books, the world is facing tough times but tough times don’t last forever, buy my book now and hopefully it will be available in libraries after few months!!!!
Had a great day running for lawlere1 in three hours and 25. #fightmnd#sydneymarathon Click Give Now if you want to support real treatments tested today… https://www.instagram.com/p/B2biSlNB4nX/?igshid=givehttzljd8 …
@OfficialOAFC congratulations to Josh and Paige on completing the #sydneymarathon .
Thanks for your support. Money raised for #Leukemia and #RUOK . Latics down under!!
Great effort. #coyb#latics Still time to DONATE!! https://bsrf.grassrootz.com/leukaemia/josh-hartley …pic.twitter.com/lr5ZAkLln7
MELBOURNE MARATHON IN A DRESS DONE!!
#melbmara done repping @onegirlorg#doitinadress in a time of 4:47:58. Great feeling running into @mcg Big feeling of redemption following #sydneymarathon many compliments about… https://www.instagram.com/p/B3jFZ6YHacV/?igshid=gy61r4qrn08p …
When I ran 204km in a jungle in nearly 52 hours, spend your money on life experiences and not on material things, too many people in this world are chasing so called success, very few are chasing humanity [email protected] west 200 miler and trust me I don’t have Apple Watch, Garmin or Fitbit because I don’t judge you by your job status and material possessions, I judge you by just one thing, what are you doing to make this world a better place!!!#limitlesshumans , you can order my book from amazon and Walmart now, link in bio!!!! #sukiultramarathonrunner
Thanks to @rojocustoms we’ll have some new headwear soon!! Prices to come, value already determined (priceless)
Looking forward to making the size as large as possible and hoping it fits my noggin!
In all seriousness, they will be charged at cost-price plus no profit. The goal being to spread awareness of the movement. Shirts are also in the works but we’ll make that a bit more personalised and get some size charts to our weekly runs. Speaking of which!
Tuesday night 6pm at @sportspinalphysio in Gungahlin
Wednesday night 6pm at @thedockcbr on the Kingston Foreshore
We’re on every week with everyone and all fitness levels welcome (including walkers)
We are super proud of Sha Miso flying the HH flag down under. She ran the Auckland Marathon in 3:14:05, coming 6th lady and just two weeks before she smashed it at Sydney in 3:07:58, finishing 18th lady #sydneymarathon#auklandmarathon #thisgirlcanpic.twitter.com/DQuJ0iKPb7
3 weeks ago
Tonight at 6pm leaving from Sport & Spinal Physiotherapy 🏃♂️ 🏃♀️ 🍺 run followed by a @capitalbrewing beverage and a chat.
Tomorrow night at 6pm leaving from The Dock - Kingston Foreshore 🏃♀️ 🏃♂️ 🍕 🍺 run followed by some food, drinks and a chat
We’re on every week at the same time with everyone and all fitness levels welcome (walking included)
Back to reality 15km 3 laps of a very windy & cold Albert Park Lake. Last 5km at 4.58 km pace which is good for me. Signed off on Sydney Marathon September 20 , 2020 hungry for another PB/PR in the marathon #sydneymarathon pic.twitter.com/4vtOPuTGEp
Marathon #2 done and dusted! Didn’t quite get the time I’d hoped for, but I’ll sure as hell take a 20+ minute PB! Finished strong in 4:13 and change...#sydneymarathon #bsrf2018#imdonenow#donutspamcomingnext
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If you havent noticed. There are a lot of people running at the moment.
Running is such a great way to improve mental wellness and remain physically active.
We are getting a lot of people who are overtraining and ultimately getting injured.
If you need any guidance please let us know. We are here to help.
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A quick catch up to see how things are progressing.
Check in with running technique and any cues we are working on.
Assess what your unique running profile is looking like. Are we on heading in the right direction.
Some hands on physio to give symptomatic relief. This allows you to continue to load your tissues correctly and with less pain/discomfort to ultimately improve your function and performance.
Quick re-test of the movement that was painful
Educate you on the journey and plan moving forward to ensure you are heading in the right direction to crush your goals.
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1 week ago
Came across these beautiful images of me running 70km ultra marathon in shimla, India in 2016!!!!!!
We’re still on!!! See you tonight at @sportspinalphysio and tomorrow @thedockcbr
Running is a perfect way to ground yourself and see the current situation clearer. If everyone went for a run, we’d see a lot less panic!
This is not to downplay the seriousness of the current situation.
Don’t come if you’re sick or have been around someone who is. As much as it hurts to say, don’t handshake or hug and be sensible about your ‘social-distance’ post run and when grabbing food.
Apart from that, everyone and all fitness levels are welcome (including walkers)
15 Sep 2019
Evening (well, morning here now!) Sydney Marathon: 1st time I’ve ever done the same mara twice, & this time I took it a bit easier (mainly cos I only decided to enter on Thursday ). Turned out to be a warm one, 29C by the end. Chip time: 4:09:29#sydneymarathon #ukrunchatpic.twitter.com/u0JoDrNCLl
Smoke, Rain, Coronavirus. We’ll keep running!! (Making sure we keep our social distance)
In times like these, uncertainty is high and stress can follow. Sometimes the best thing to do is chuck the runners on and do some exercise. It will clear the mind and help you see things better.
We’re on every Wednesday at @thedockcbr on the Kingston Foreshore and every Tuesday at @sportspinalphysio
Everyone and all fitness levels are welcome (including walkers)
Loved yesterday's #sydneymarathon - an epic vibe as usual. I'm in awe of everyone who participated - so many inspiring people smashing their goals and overcoming obstacles to get to that finish line. My fifth marathon was perfect training for #nycmarathon! https://www.instagram.com/p/B2an0zyg3PW/
We love hearing from athletes that use Soodox™ Pain Relief Cream as part of their recovery routine. Thanks heaps to Luke (@160kgtomarathonman) for sending us this awesome review:
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Watching this amazing attempt by kipchogeeliud to break the 2hr mark for a #marathon with incredible pacing technology. Great inspiration to run the 2020 #sydneymarathon visionptgladesville who’s with me?! #goals… https://www.instagram.com/p/B3gp7g5nm2Q/?igshid=82nmefvgv3pe …
My throwback! Or as I'd like to call it, my 'before' pic. Sydney Marathon '19... approaching Opera House after a ridiculously hot morning.
As I'm realizing, a major surgery sucks the life out of you both physically and mentally. Shock to a body that has never experienced that amount of trauma is really challenging to anyone - let alone someone who used to run over 40-50kms a week regularly and is right now limited to slow walks of 1-2kms with multiple stops. Good news is the kidney in the recipient is doing what exactly it was meant to do!!
I know I should be 'taking it easy' (and trust me, I am).. but problem with us runners are..we want to push our selves dangerously close to our thresholds. It definitely doesn't help when the surgeon told me "you be your own judge when it comes to recovery".... What he doesn't know is..I'm my own hardest critic! :-)
Onwards and upwards!!