The Dis-Ease – You can cure!

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This Dis-Ease, the lack of ease.  The dis-ease of busy! Now how often do you hear this, over and over and from the same people around you? I am so busy! “How is work?” It is sooo busy! “How was the weekend?” I had to take the kids for their respective classes, cook, clean, get ready for dinner with friends……it was so busy! Its manic, it’s chaotic, its pandemonium! Does saying that you are busy sound cool?  Does it sound exhausting? Is it supposed to have a negative connotation?  Is having a full weekend a bad thing? In my view, business has become an indicator of high status.  But is it cool or is it a dis-ease? Find that Healthy Balance If you are productive […]

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Tash Runs: My First Half Marathon – I did it!

Before the gun triggered, we all sang to the National Anthem of South Africa. Here was an emotional point, I recalled making my resolution to run the OMTOM as my first half marathon, I flew to Cape Town and here I was at the start line. It was a feeling of accomplishment before I started, mostly because I worked hard at what I wanted and to that point I kept my promise to myself.

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Tash Runs:How to Choose your Running Shoes? I Chose the Adidas Adizero Adios 3

I finally managed to settle on a new pair of running shoes.  It took me almost 3 months to settle on this pair and it was certainly worth the wait.  We all have such unique feet and different running requirements that I don’t think that there is one best running shoe, but what I will try to do today is help you select a pair of running shoes that is suitable for YOUR feet. Where to start? I visited the Sweatshop (or you can visit any specialty sport shop) and did a foot assessment with one of their trained consultants.  The consultant will put you in a pair of shoes based on how often and how long you run for and whether you planning to do […]

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Tash Runs – Benefits of a Running Club

Should you join a running club?  The simple answer is, YES. Running clubs offer a world of benefits.  On your most difficult training days, you are coaxed by like minded lycra groupies into giving it your best shot!  The first step is to go online, search for a club in your area and find one which one suits your schedule. I know that if you are just starting out as a runner, no one ever tells you about running clubs, and if you did know, you most probably too intimidated to run with professionals.  Just remember, they started somewhere and so should you.  So be brave, take the bold stride and sign up with a running club that suits you lifestyle. 5 Reasons to join […]

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