This week's newsletter has information about RunGuard Natural & the Hydra 16 H2O on the go; interesting articles; and no cancellations, postponements, date changes/corrections or late additions for a change!
RunGuard Natural is the latest evolution of anti-chafe products for endurance athletes. Made entirely from plant-based ingredients plus beeswax, it contains 5 organic ingredients and is used to prevent chafing and abrasion during long runs, extended workouts or any activity in inclement weather where chafing is more likely to occur.
RunGuard is typically applied where rubbing occurs most: Underarms, inner thighs, groin, bra line, heals and toes. Shop online here at Out Wear.
Hydra 16 H2O on the go is designed to eliminate bounce, has single handed access of bottles, a water resistent pocket for phone and other valuables, along with gel loops and toggles for your race number. It has 2 exterior energy gel loops for on-the-fly access, high visibility reflectors and race bib toggles. Shop online here at Out Wear.
Lucy Clark's 3000km run across New Zealand
Lucy Clar is aiming to run the 3000km Te Araroa Trail, which runs the length of New Zealand, in 70 days, to break the current fastest women's record of 77 days. Find out more at Stuff.
70 year old has run 700 marathons
Collette O’Hagan, aged 70 from County Louth in Ireland, has run 700 marathons at locations all over the world and has no intention of stopping any time soon. Find out more at Extra.ie.
Hacks to keep your GI tract on track
The gut can make or break a workout or race performance, and, for many runners, it is their worst nightmare. Trail Runner Magazine has some tips here for training the gut, which mid-run fuel is best, hydration woes, food sensitivity and some other GI solutions.
Sleep for success
Sleep is one of your most powerful recovery tools, but about 20% of adults don’t get enough. Training Peaks takes a look at how to improve your sleep for better health and performance.
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There are no cancellations, postponements, date changes/corrections or late additions this week!
Have a great running week!