Running & HIIT
If I was on death row my last meal would be a 1 kg bowl of Froot Loops cereal and a Freezochino.
Most embarrassing sport moment:
I wasn’t aware that you weren’t allowed to wear earphones during a particular half marathon. I obviously ran with them because of Dash Berlin. As I crossed the finish line (which was my PB prior to Amsterdam) they called my number on the speaker in the stadium and a security guard, in front of everyone, pulled me to the side and said I had to leave immediately for breaking the rules. People can be so average sometimes.
Proudest sport moment:
Taking part in a fundraising initiative that included a 7-day team relay run across South Africa (from Johannesburg to Cape Town). I managed to run 200 km in 7 days, and our team raised R1.1m for a local charity.
From the blog
Polar Vantage V2 vs. Polar Grit X: Which Multisport Watch Is Right For Me?This Q&A piece lays out the main differences between Polar Vantage V2 and Polar Grit X and helps you find the right training partner.
Polar Vantage V2: Every Athlete’s Premium Companion for Making ProgressHere’s the beef on Polar Vantage V2, the next evolution of the Polar Vantage V multisport watch. Read more and learn why we love it so much.
What Is Anti-HIIT Training? Feat. 20-Minute Anti-HIIT WorkoutTry celebrity strength coach Jack Hanrahan’s anti-HIIT workout for a smarter matt-based cardio method to improve your aerobic fitness.
Join The Race To Save Endangered Animals With Run Wild 2020Make an impact with your runs this month by helping save three endangered species. Our friends at adidas Runtastic are on a mission to get one million runners to Run Wild 2020 for nature and save one million species threatened with extinction. Ready to make a difference? Here’s how to get involved.
Feel Like Going Wild? Try This Functional Workout With 6 Animal MovesThese fun and functional animal moves activate the whole body and improve mobility. You can do these anytime, anywhere – just follow along!
3-Week Post-Marathon Recovery And Training PlanReady for your next race? Not unless you recover. Here’s how to ensure post-marathon recovery and gradually get back to training.