29 APRIL 2018
5AM - 10AM


Preparing for Race Day

It's 6 am. You're making your way to the starting line. Suddenly, you feel the butterflies in your stomach. Even if you're not a competitive racer, race day can be a little nerve-wracking, especially when thousands of other runners surround you!

Here are some tips to combat you those nerves and harness that race day adrenaline to help you to perform your best!

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Make Long Distance Running a Walk in the Park

Ever wondered how some runners make long distance running look so easy? They clock 10km runs without seemingly breaking a sweat, and half-marathons are a weekly affair for them.

The truth is, you, or anybody, in fact, can make long-distance running a walk in the park if you run regularly and build up your stamina. Does this sound too good to be true? Here are 5 tips to help you.

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Personal Anecdote: How Running Has Changed My Life

Like most people, I'm a "weekend warrior". Sports have always been the most enjoyable form of exercise for me. For a soccer fan like me, running paled in comparison. After all, soccer is a group sport, while running is an individual affair. Kicking a ball around with friends is worlds apart from a quick run, right?

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New Year New You: How Soon Should You Start Training For a Race?

The new season that you had been eagerly anticipating for weeks on year's end has finally arrived. You have probably planned a long list of resolutions you want to achieve.

Like many, you want to be a fitter, more positive you in this New Year. You want to kick-start a healthy lifestyle. You desire a healthier you. You aim to complete your first long-distance race.

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5 Tips for Running Newbies

An increasing number of Singaporeans are getting involved in the fitspo-sphere and what better way to get started than with running! With no equipment or facilities required, coupled with the tremendous benefits from utilizing almost every muscle in your body, there’s really no excuse.

We’ve put together 5 tips to convince you to hop on the running wagon.

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