This week at Exponential Performance Coaching
- This week the squad paddle will start at 7.30am and will take the form of a priming session to keep your body primed for the upcoming M2M race this weekend. Cost $20
- This will be held from Bathgate Park in South Dunedin and will take the form of a priming session for this weekend’s M2M and half marathon. This is a great session so if you haven’t made it out to one yet, make sure you get out there at 5.30pm Wednesday evening. Cost $10.
EPC athletes out training in the hills during a group training session earlier this year.
Exponential Performance Athletes at the races
This weekend is a busy weekend for the EPC athletes. For many this is the end of their winter base training which will accumulated in the Mountain 2 Mountain multisport race in Wanaka and for some the half marathon back in Dunedin the next day.
Good luck to Hannah Thorne, Bruce Ranga, Nic McAra, Pam Thompson, Ingrid Vollweiler, Phil Te Tana, Emmah Ussher, Mat Snowdon, Charlotte Breeze and Blake luff who are tackling the M2M this weekend.
Good luck to Paddy Allen, Mat Snowdon, Bruce Ranga, Rosie Taylor, Emmah Ussher and Blake Luff who are taking on the Dunedin 1/2 marathon this weekend
Also good luck to Hannah Yeats who is competing in the Able Tasman Coastal Classic off road running event this weekend as well.
Up coming races
For those looking at the Coast to Coast and the Goldrush multisport races these entries are now open so get in and enter if you want to make sure you don’t miss out.
Exponential Performance Coaching Tip of the week
In the final week leading into a big event you need to take it easy. You have done all the hard training and now you need to let your body recover 100% so that come race day you are fresher than you have ever been. Try and get some extra sleep, eat well and just rest up.