Love2Run – June17 e news

 

intraining’s Love 2 Run e-News – June 2017

The Gold Coast Marathon is almost here! There will be runners who are fitter than ever, others longing for a return to running after injury and some who are content to keep building fitness with other goals such as Brisbane Marathon Festival and Twilight Bay Run ahead. Whichever boat you sit in, we hope you are enjoying your running so far this season.

This month’s edition of Love 2 Run enews focuses pre-event nutrition, mid season running injuries as well as keeping up with the latest in trendy running gear.

We love running at intraining, whether you are keen to find out if your shoes are ready for replacement, have an injury that just won’t go away or you just want to have a chat about your running – we are here 7 days a week.

In this this issue:
Nike Zoom Fly: The fastest shoe in the world has arrived #breaking2
Sore heel? Need help?: Introducing the new runners’ wonder sock
Calf injuries and you: Pain in the calf holding you back?…here’s why.
Pre-event nutrition tips: Nail your nutrition before race day.
Brisbane Marathon Festival: Commit now before the Friday price rise
Twilight Bay Run: The event (singlets) that stopped the nation.

Did you know running facts – Part 5
Keep hydrated and fuel your performanceDehydration greater than 2% of your body weight may result in a decline in performance, which may have a negative effect on the intensity of your race and training sessions. The average person will sweat approximately 1.4L per hour of running. How much do you sweat?

What should you do to stay hydrated?
– Drink to thirst – when you are thirsty make sure you drink before and during the race
– Drink little and often – avoid consuming large volumes of fluid throughout the race
– Measuring body weight before and after a training session, will give you a guide to how much fluid you lose in sweat (for a given environmental and exercising condition).

Stay healthy, keep active and have a happy run!

#Breaking2 – We have the NEW Nike Zoom Fly available
Your PB is just a pair of shoes away!
First there was the sub four minute mile barrier, which seemed impossible. Today, there is the seeminly impossible sub two hour marathon mark. The solution… a new shoe developed by Nike with the claim of a 4% improvement in time.

We have recently received the latest #breaking2 inspired Nike Zoom Fly in store. The unique fit and feel of the shoe is unlike anything we have experienced. In our initial testing, it feels as though you float along the ground with less effort. It almost feels like the shoe is pushing you forward or like you are running with a tailwind. Whilst the shoe is lightweight, the cushioning is to the contrary. This shoe feels as comfortable as a training shoe with all the benefits of a racing shoe.

When you have done all the training and you are looking for that little extra edge, the new Nike Zoom Fly may be your ticket to that personal best time. Available in both male and female sizing at the intraining Running Centre.

Keen to give them a go? Ready to experience effortless running? Drop by the store and see if the new Nike Zoom Fly has what it takes to propel you towards your goal at your next event.

Remember, as with all shoe purchases at intraining Running Centre, our trained footwear specialists will analyse your running gait to ensure you put your best foot forward.

Nike Zoom Fly - #breaking2 inspired - Available at intraining Running Centre

Feetures – The new wonder sock is here
Sore heel holding you back? This sock can help
Ever had that frustrating feeling when you wake up in the morning and find out you have a sore heel? Plantar fasciitis (PF) is a condition caused by drastic or sudden increases in mileage, poor foot structure, and inappropriate running shoes, which can overload the plantar fascia, the connective tissue that runs from the heel to the base of the toes, resulting in heel pain. If you have every had PF, chances are you know it can be a real pain to overcome.

Enter the new Plantar Fascia compression sock from Feetures. This is the latest high-quality recovery focused foot garment to hit the shelves at intraining Running Centre. Whilst not the silver bullet in curing plantar fascia pain, they’re a great adjunct treatment for sufferers of Plantar Fasciopathy. Read more here how the new wonder sock can help provide relief and get you back out running quicker.

The Plantar Fascia Compression Socks from Feetures have recently been launched worldwide. We are excited that intraining Running Centre is one of the first few locations you can get your hands on a pair … well, your feet in a pair!

Feetures PF sock- available at intraining Running Centre

Calf injuries – Doug James (podiatrist, physiotherapist & runner)
Find out the how and why of your calf concerns
There are few things more frustrating than spending months training for a race, only for an injury to prevent you from being able to run it. Calf and lower leg injuries are responsible for a good number of these ‘DNS’ (Did Not Start) type injuries, but many of them are preventable.

Your calf muscles and lower legs are like barometers for how well you are handling your training load. Pain and muscle tightness are often signs of overuse and may signal an oncoming injury. The biggest cause of running injuries are errors in your training approach.

At this point of the season errors may be due to not allowing sufficient recovery time between hard sessions, and failing to heed warnings that you are pushing too hard.

Optimal performance comes from finding…read the full article here.

Calf Injury - Read article by Doug James (podiatrist, physiotherapist and runner)

‘From the Sole’ articles are written by our intraining Running Injury Clinic podiatry, physiotherapy, dietitian , massage therapy  and coaching team.

Make an appointment to see one of our clinicians who can assist with diagnosing and treating your running related injury.


Pre-event nutrition – Liz Lovering – (dietitian, cheft and runner)
Optimise your pre event nutrition to get the best result
Although there is no one ‘best’ food to have pre-event, type and timing is important.  Everyone is different in what they prefer to have before they race. But, in general, your pre-event meal or snack should be rich in carbohydrate, low in fibre, (important if you have issues with gut upset), easy to digest (higher fat foods digest at a slower rate) and most importantly familiar.

Runner nutrition - Nail your next racePre-event nutrition must be practiced in training. This is so you can find out what works best for you. You need to allow adequate time for digestion. It can take anything from 2-4 hours to digest a full meal so if your event starts early in the morning, rather than impact on sleep, have a carb rich snack before bed and in the morning a read the full article here in this months issue of ‘From the Sole‘.

If you are keen to nail your next big event, your nutrition strategy can play a big part in your result. Maximise your performance and make an appointment to see intraining dietitian and nutritionist, Liz Lovering.

(health fund rebates available with minimal out of pocket expense)

Brisbane Marathon Festival 2017
News just in – Early bird entry extended!
Good news for all of those participating at the Gold Coast Marathon this weekend. Enjoy your event this weekend and rest easy that you can still save on your Brisbane entry until Friday 7th July. We have just received word from Brisbane Marathon that early bird entry fees have been extended.

EARLY BIRD EXTENDED UNTIL
FRIDAY 7 JULY 2017

The new course for the 26th annual Brisbane Marathon Festival has been announced. Featuring a flatter and faster course in 2017, designed for to achieve your PB goals this running season. Check it out here.

Set your sights on completing the full or half marathon, 10km, 5km and let the kids loose in the NEW 1km Mini Marathon.

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FREE Brisbane Marathon training group at intraining Milton store - 6pm Wednesdays

Twilight Bay Run – Saturday 23 September 2017
Ever run at night…with fireworks over head?
Make sure you get your entry in for one of the most exciting events of the year at Twilight Bay Run. The very special super early bird rate increases at midnight tonight.

**CAUTION: ENTRY FEES INCREASE MIDNIGHT 30 JUNE**

If you have not experienced a run under the moon and stars, now is the time to get your entry in for the 6th annual Twilight Bay Run in Wynnum. Forget the early morning wakeup and get ready to stride it out under the stars on Saturday 23rd September. Featuring, half marathon, 10km run/walk, 5km run/walk and 1km kids event this is one for the whole family to enjoy.

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Join in the fun at Twilight Bay Run - Saturday 23 September

RunTalk Ep04 – Comfort zones & eating right

runtalk-intraining-logoWelcome to RunTalk episode 4 with Steve, Margot and special guest this week – Liz Lovering. Liz is a qualified chef, dietitian and nutritionist at intraining Running Injury Clinic. Liz is an experienced runner having completed multiple marathons and is using her extensive knowledge of food and nutrition to help runners realise their potential and fuel right.

This week together with our guest Liz Lovering we discuss how to take your running to the next level and help maximise your potential by fueling right for running.

Click here to listen to episode 4 of RunTalk

Episode 4: Running outside your comfort zone and how to eat for running

Running is uncomfortable… or does it have to be? In the ever popular world of GPS running watches, we are often a slave to listening to our devices and often forget to run by feel. Listen up and learn how to run by feel and maximise Liz_Loveringyour potential with correct nutrition, pre, post and during exercise plans with guest speaker and dietitian, Liz Lovering.

About Liz:

– Qualified chef, dietitian and nutritionist
– Marathon runner
– Chef of Prince Rupert, financial manager for Rolling Stones

 

EATING AND NUTRITION FOR RUNNING
22 February 2017
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Megabake – Quality sports bars

intraining Running Centre are proud stockists and supporters of local Brisbane company Megabake and is produced by bakers. The high quality, natural ingredient bars are a perfect source of energy ideal for before, after and during training to maintain your energy levels. Megabake bars are ideal for those with sensitive stomachs who are looking for a real food alternative in a pint-sized package.

Megabake was born out of a need for a premium, portable source of nutrition for endurance activities. The bakers, before they were the bakers, were disillusioned with the quality of the sports nutrition products available in the Australian market; overly processed, overly priced, inadequate nutrition, too many additives and not pleasant to eat.

Megabake is a Brisbane-based small batch baker of an energy bar of the highest order. We proudly stand behind what we passionately believe is the best energy bar available, and it is produced locally which means it is practically from the bakers door to your tummy.

What is the Megabake difference?

  • Natural fresh ingredients
  • Developed in conjunction with Accredited Sports Dietitian
  • Low FODMAP
  • Dairy free
  • Low gluten
  • Vegan friendly
  • Locally made in Brisbane

Key nutritional facts (serving size 60g)

  • Carbohydrates: 27g
  • Protein: 9g
  • Kilojoules/Calories: 1110kj/265cal

Megabake is a fantastic tasting portable energy bar that is perfect for pre-activity with coffee, during-activity with suffering or post-activity recovery. The common formula for all Megabake energy bars is: massive energy content; balanced nutrition from a wide range of energy sources; exceptional flavour, texture and mouthfeel, and easy digestibility during exercise.

Drop by intraining Running Centre today and ask our staff about Megabake and give one a trial before, during or after your next training session and feel the difference

New Year Sale weekend

The new year is here and boy do we have a sale planned for you! Get yourself set for 2017 with the biggest sale of the year on everything running. Whether you are looking for a new pair of running shoes, a second pair to alternate (check out why you should alternate), need to get the kids sorted or want to refresh your running wardrobe, there are some massive savings to at intraining Running Centre, Milton with up to 50% off footwear across all major brands.

Doors open at 9:00am on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

NEW YEAR RESOLUTION MEGA SALE WEEKEND
13-15 JANUARY 2017

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More deals to whet your appetite for a spending frenzy

  • Selected Garmin and Suunto on sale
  • 10% off all nutrition storewide
  • Buy two pair of socks and get a third pair FREE
  • Buy two Love2Run singlet/tees and get a second FREE
  • Free gift with every footwear purchase
  • Even more in store…a sale not to be missed!

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May Cookery Demonstration

Come along to our next Cookery Demonstration and learn some great recipes to keep you warm on chilly winter nights.  Our Cookery Demonstrations are presented by intraining dietitian, chef and runner Liz Lovering.

May Cookery Demonstration – Warming Winter Casseroles 

Where: Milton.

When:  Thursday 28th May

Time: 6.30pm until 7.30pm.

Cost: $25 per person.

Places are limited. To secure a place please contact our Milton store on 07 3367 3088. Payment can be made at time of booking.

Love 2 Run … Love 2 Eat!

intraining Running Centre are offering monthly cookery demonstrations with intraining dietitian, chef and runner, Liz Lovering.

Come along to the newly opened Balance, Core and Sports Rehab Studio at intraining Milton and learn how to make some delicious healthy meals, perfect for runners and active individuals. A variety of themes and ingredients are planned, and there will be the opportunity for taste testing and copies of recipes to take home.


January’s cookery demonstration is themed Quick Summer Meals for the Runner

Where: Milton. When:  Thursday 29th January. Time: 6.30pm until 7.30pm. Cost: $25 per person.

Places are limited, so to secure a place please contact our Milton store on 3367 3088. Payment can be made at time of booking.