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Trail Runner New Zealand & AustraliaTrail Runner New Zealand & Australia

Trail Runner New Zealand & Australia February - March 2019

Trail Runner New Zealand & Australia (formerly Kiwi Trail Runner) is New Zealand's best running magazine. The writing is loaded with 'real' experience and connects readers with fellow runners and New Zealand's stunning landscape. Even the most ardent couch-dwellers have picked up Kiwi Trail Runner and said it has inspired them to head outside and run in terrain that is among the most spectacular on earth. This magazine will appeal to anyone who wants to feel part of a community of people who love running, the outdoors and the camaraderie that comes with having a shared purpose. 1 year subscription equals 6 issues. 2 years subscription equals 12 issues. Your subscription will begin when the next issue is published to make sure you get the latest edition. As this is a bi-monthly magazine your first delivery may take six - eight weeks.

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New Zealand
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Wild Bunyip Pty Ltd
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gregor paul editor

Looking back now, I can see I wasn't always grateful when I should have been. I didn't have much, if anything to grumble about as a child. I grew up in a small town where I basically lived outside in safe, green places. My dad was a doctor so we had enough money. There was a magnificent beach not so far away. Mountains that were only an hour's drive, stunning lochs, clean rivers that had fish in them. There was always good food on the table. I never wanted for anything. Neighbours and family friends looked out for me. We went on memorable family holidays and teachers always seemed to be going the extra mile to push me. It was a good life but like most younger people I didn't take the time to…

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our little secret nz

Where: North of sunny Nelson, Cable Bay Walkway extends from Glenduan to Cable Bay, providing expansive and impressive views of Tasman Bay and Cable Bay. Distance: 7.4 km one way – the trail can be completed in either direction. Degree of difficulty: Moderately challenging. Access: The southern part of the walkway begins at the end of Airlie St, Glenduan, a short deviation off State Highway 6 at Wakapuaka – 10km north of central Nelson and you can park your car on the roadside next to the beach. The northern end of the walkway is at Cable Bay, where there is a car park. To reach Cable Bay, head north from Nelson along State Highway 6 over Gentle Annie Saddle and turn left at Cable Bay Road. Cable Bay is 8km along the road from the…

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our little secret oz

Where: Ships Stern Circuit is nestled in Lamington National Park, which lies on the Lamington Plateau of the McPherson Range on the Queensland/New South Wales border. The 20,600 hectares Lamington National Park is located 85km from Southport on the Gold Coast to the southwest, while Brisbane is 110 kilometres north; and it is known for its natural environment, rainforests, birdlife, ancient trees, waterfalls, walking tracks and mountain views. Distance: 21km return. Degree of difficulty: While moderately difficult, this is a long run so be adequately prepared to be on the trail for a while, with enough food, water and other provisions. Access: The Ships Stern circuit commences opposite the road entrance to Binna Burra Mountain Lodge. If travelling on the Pacific Motorway M1, take the Nerang turn-off and follow the signs Nerang West/Binna…

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tails n trails – what a pawesome event

Sometimes it just feels right, and sometimes you look at something, and you ask yourself, 'hmmm, why hasn’t this been done before?' The inaugural Tails n Trails event felt a bit like that. It seems like a concept that just works and fits perfectly, and as Forrest Gump might say, “It’s like peas and carrots”. The story goes that the good folk at Eukanuba were looking for an innovative way to connect with dog owners, particularly those that enjoyed running and walking with their canine friends, and they found Total Sport, a company specialising in the concept, creation and production of unique participation-based events (primarily trail run/walk events) in stunning, natural locations. Again, peas and carrots, it was probably just a matter of time before Eukanuba and Total Sport teamed up to produce…

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the truth about running

More often than it used to, the question of why do I run crops up. Mostly it is asked by someone other than myself and it is usually asked in an inquisitive rather than accusatory tone. Usually. It seems that if you look a certain age you have to justify to others who look that same certain age why you spend much of your time running and in most cases they don’t. Perhaps it is driven by guilt on the part of the questioner – a kind of resentment that you haven’t hoisted the white flag to age and decrepitude and taken up crochet or Mah-jong. “Physical and mental health maintenance, enjoyment, routine, need, desire, passion... they are all part of the answer.” In some cases it could be because people are genuinely intrigued…

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the butterfly and the mile

I enjoy adding some purpose in my daily training habits with goals. My main BIG role goals are intertwined with gradual improvement in my ability to be a good father, husband, physiotherapist and coach. At the start of 2018 I wrote down a swimming and running goal that were both well outside my comfort zone. You don’t grow when you are in a state of comfort, so creating goals that stretch you outside the comfort bubble is something we should all strive for. I swim a minimum of two times a week to allow me to run injury free. A 7:30pm 45-minute Monday night pool session with some training buddies, and a no wetsuit sea swim year round at 12:15pm on a Wednesday. Swimming is the ultimate in ‘aqua yoga’ with through-the-range shoulder mobility…

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