Running Mechanics: Improving Cadence (Part 2)

In my last blog post, I touched on exactly what stride frequency or cadence is (I use them synonymously in this post). The next question is how do I bring my current stride frequency (preferred stride frequency) closer to my ideal (optimal) stride frequency? The...

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How to make hummus

Hummus is an eastern mediterranean spread. Stemming from the Arabic word for chickpeas (also known as garbanzo beans), hummus is traditionally made from mashed chickpeas blended with tahini (sesame seed butter), lemon juice, olive oil and garlic. Besides being both tasty and a crowd pleaser,...

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Running Mechanics Series: Cadence (Part 1)

In my next series, I will be covering running mechanics and how to improve them. I’m also going to include a post about the difference in running mechanics between road and trail runners - something which I plan on doing my doctorate on. Lastly, I’ll...

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How to Train: Closing Thoughts

It’s here! For those of you who have been following my How to Train blog series - you’ll be sad (I hope) to learn this is my final post of the series. In this post I wanted to summarize my thoughts on everything I’ve said...

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Easy microwave maize meal porridge

I would like to bust a myth and set the record straight. A plant-based diet is not more expensive than an omnivore one. Like any diet, there are luxury (and completely unnecessary) vegan products that are very expensive, many of which you can make for...

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