Vhi Nutrition Support David Gillick gives you his top tips and advice as you begin to plan for the June 1st 2015 Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon.
This week, Louise Heraghty, Vhi’s Training Support, caught up with Team Vhi-Herald’s volunteer Karla Bohan to find out how her training preparation is going and what progress she has made since their last catch up. You can also read about Karla’s progress in the update section of the 2015 Vhi WMM App.
Details of Country Registration for the weekend of 22nd - 24th May are as follows:
Read on for Dr May's health and safety advice.......
It really is count down time! Hope you are all as excited as we are for the bank holiday weekend and the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon. To make the weekend even easier and more memorable for you, Nissan have a few things going on that you might enjoy.
LADIES it’s almost time to put all that hard training to use and with the week’s ticking away and race day nearing ever closer excitement is building for all. But none more so than Elverys Sports as we prepare to greet all eager participants at registration days.
Vhi Nutrition Support, David Gillick, helps you to choose wisely in order to make the most of your takeaway/treat night. Further tips and advice from David can be accessed by downloading the Vhi WMM 2015 App
Not long to go now! The time has flown and before we know it we will all be standing at that starting line on June 1st. I’m starting to get excited now; excited because I’ve managed to run 6km non-stop for the first time in my life! This might not be a big deal to many, but it is to me. I never thought that I would be able to if I’m being honest.
David discusses the ‘Most Important Meal of the Day’
You’ve heard it before…and here it is again “Breakfast is very important”. Skipping breakfast is one of the biggest mistakes that runners make when they go on a long run, jog or walk. When you have nothing in the ‘tank’, you will feel tired, fatigued, and cranky from the very first steps of your run. Therefore having breakfast every day is a must.
This week, Louise Heraghty, Vhi’s Training Support, caught up with Team Vhi-Herald’s volunteer Karla Bohan to find out how her training preparation is going and what progress she has made since their last catch up in Week 9.
Online Entry closes today Sunday 26th April....There is still time to get your entry in for this year’s Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon. Enter online today at www.vhiwomensminimarathon.ie or enter using an entry form which was available in the Herald on Saturday 25th April 2015.
Women all over Ireland join together to get Fit, Train, have Fun and Raise Money for their Chosen Charity in preparation for the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon.
The health benefits of being active far outweigh any risk. For everyone or anyone just starting out on a fitness plan, physical activity does increase the risk of injury whether it is physically or environmentally related. One of my previous articles talked about ‘Common Injuries While Training’ so now let’s look at how to stay safe while you exercise.
Mary O’Colmain is one of an exclusive group of seventeen women to have participated in all 32 Women’s Mini Marathons. The Kilkenny native, who recently welcomed her third grandchild, has no intention of interrupting this unbroken streak any time soon and plans to line up this June 1st to add a 33rd medal to her collection (yes, she has kept all the medals!).