Recovery, refocus and setting more goals
So you’ve run the Gold Coast Airport Marathon and had a wonderful run or may not have done quite as well as you would have liked. Either way, you’ve felt the post race let down, maybe had too many big nights and sleep ins. You’re ready for another challenge but what do you do?
The busy students’ guide to running
Are you a student struggling to juggle exercise and the demands of the busy lifestyle associated with higher education? Check out these tips from a professional psychologist and students who manage to fit running into their weekly schedules.
Running Gold Coast: It’s not just the destination
Some of the greatest running minds in Australia, who know the Gold Coast Airport Marathon all too well, provide their tips on how to bring the joy back to your running and enjoy your Gold Coast Airport Marathon training.
The role of hip stability in minimising running injuries
Excessive hip motion during running represents a major injury risk factor for runners. When a runner’s hips move excessively due to hip muscle weakness, the legs of the runner will be subjected to greater loading and strain.
Why does the Gold Coast love the Gold Coast Airport Marathon?
Attracting an influx of local, intrastate, interstate and international runners, the Gold Coast Airport Marathon brings many positives to the Gold Coast – a healthier community, an economic injection for the tourism and retail industries, and many smiles for participants and spectators.