I would highly recommend to anyone the services of Ray to help them on the way to achieve great results in whatever sporting endeavour they are taking on.View More Andrew’s Journey From Starting Fitness To Coast 2 Coast With Coach Ray
I had my best swim, bike and both transitions, ran the same time as in 2020, but finished 4mins qwiker. I was ecstatic.View More Helen Went Faster at Ironman 70.3 Taupo Despite Being Injured In The Build Up
I had a failed attempt at the TUM Miler in 2020 due to my body rebelling against me at the Titoki aid station (I projectile vomited five times) which I took as a sign to call an end to my first go at a miler. This was about 9 or 10 weeks after a hernia op so my time on feet etc weren’t where I wanted them to be. Being a stubborn type of I immediately set my sights on TUM Miler 2021.View More Tarawera 100 Mile Ultramarathon: Return of the Fat Wood Pigeon
I was inspired 3 years ago watching a friend compete in IRONMAN NZ. Looking at so many people swimming, biking and running to achieve their goal. I thought ‘could I do this?’ One major problem with that idea, is my swimming, I had a big problem that I couldn’t breathe correctly, I hyperventilate and panic. What to do?View More Bronnie Ticks Off The Quarter IronMāori
Well to be honest I was hoping this blog would be slightly different!View More Mike’s Middle Distance Magic: Green for June!
From my previous posts my biking is going great! Really seeing improvements and feeling good, unfortunately running has gone quite so well!View More Mike’s Middle Distance Magic: The Long Run Is Important!
First I’d like to apologise that this blog is late! As the title suggests, the FTP went well but unfortunately not everything about the week!View More Mike’s Middle Distance Magic: FTP increase but not all good!
The training has been great, the fitness seems to be improving, let’s see what test week brings!View More Mike’s Middle Distance Magic: Test week is here!
On a positive note this week has seen some good power numbers and some pretty decent speed on the runs! However not everything was on…View More Mike’s Middle Distance Magic: good and bad!
Ironman 2019 was on the weekend I was to commence travel for my deployment overseas, whilst I could of completed it in Taupo and then headed to Auckland Airport, it obviously wouldn’t have been fair on my family. Upon return from deployment several months later, I knew I would be to unfit to do Ironman 2020. Being a stubborn git I know I could of still made it to the finish line, for the free Finishers T-Shirt after all, but elected to give something back to the event that changed my life and still provides a focus to train for each year.View More UltraHumps – Ironman NZ 2020 As A Volunteer!