Monthly Track Time Trials ES Marks, Sydney

28/3/19 Awesome results & vibe at the track! Congrats on the pbs and well done on massive efforts everyone. Zac Smith what a blinder! Rob Kolbe ran a Pb after feeling crap beforehand, see you never know unless you have a go. Lex van Santen awesome Pb thanks Jo Jo Hadley for setting a great pace. Thanks everyone for going. Thanks Jenny Doak for your daughters high fives each lap.

Charl van Rensburg 16:22

Brendan fink 16.24 Pb

Daren Lake 17:13 pb

Sam Cornell 17.35 Pb

Nico Roth: 18:35. Pb

Zac Smith 18.39 Pb

Gus Rutherford 18,46 (track Pb)

Steve Mardlin 1856 Pb

Rosy Cooper 19.03 (close to Pb shape)

Rob Kolbe 19.06 Pb

Marty Doak 19.08

Greta 19.28

Neil Rosenbaum 19.58

Anthony Johnson 20.00

Jen Doak 20.20

Lisa Sherman 21.22 Pb

Derek Wang 21.49

Gareth Beddoes 21.55 Pb

Jo Hadley 22.21

Lex van Santen 22.36 Pb

Track TT 28/3/19 what a gang!

Track TT 28/3/19 what a gang!

21/2/19 Great, cooler conditions for the 5km ES Marks track hit out. Well done to the Rejoovers and the Hurts crew.
Chris Truscott 16:17
James Constantine 16:29 (2nd fastest ever time) 
Chris Robinson 19:04 (pb)
Zac Smith 19:07 (pb)
Rob Kolbe 19:43
Jamie Broome 19:17 
Darren Bagnall 21:45
John Clothier 20:02
Neil Rosenbaum 20:02
Derek Wang 20:40
Hayley 24:33

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Thursday 15th Nov 2018, windy, drizzly conditions: Elle 18.31, Erika 18.42, Greta 19.13, Maya 19.24, Rachel 19.58, Sammie 20.02 (42sec pb). Thanks 20min pacer Jerome, Ash 20.04, Michael Quinn 23.46, Lesley 26.30, Robin 3k 16.56 then 800m great session, Zac 5 x 1k reps on a 5min cycle.

Love it!! November 2018

Love it!! November 2018

A cosy time trial 25th October with fabulous results!! Special shout out to Elle Goldrick 18.30 PB & debut on a tartan track!! Dean Mannix PB 21:08, Bruce Lambert strong run 17:15, Renee Everett 20:28, Lex Van Santen 23:12, Anna White 12:20 3k then paced Elle the last couple of laps of her 5k thank you Anna, Cathy Rowney 15:50 3km (over 50yrs), Emma Trehy 25:54, Susan McCallum (over 50yrs) 3km 13:56. We are so proud of our newbies and older age groups and everyone giving the track a crack to further improve and have a great workout!

October 2018!! Well done gang!!

October 2018!! Well done gang!!

Rejoov Bondifit time trial - all various clubs / session 25th September 2018: 
Geordie Bundock 17.15 (first time back on track in ten years!)
Dan de Zilva 17.19 1sec Pb
Sheng Bosco Huang 17.20 
Kieran O’Connor 18.18 7sec Pb 
Greta Truscott 18.31 
Jakub Mlynarczyk 19.00 5sec Pb 
Anna White 19.38
Neil Rosenbaum 19.39 14sec Pb 
Zac Vereker 19.50 Pb 
Bron Armytage 19.58 Pb & CT pacer
Deb Ford 21.41 debut at the track 
Spot Anderson 22.35
Emma Starritt 22.41
Ben Wright 22.48
Trent Carroll 22.55
Beth Stewart 23.06
Karen Lake 24.21
Kimberly Hill 24.35
Emma Trehy 25.35 3rd fastest time 

Keith Bateman 3k 10.20
Niki Hale 3k 14.24
Katherine Christian 3k 16.00 

Cheer squad Strommie & Rolo
Photographer terrific pics & support Zac Smith, thanks guys. 

Well done everyone!

ES Marks track timetrial rejoov bondifit and all clubs 25th sept 2018

ES Marks track timetrial rejoov bondifit and all clubs 25th sept 2018



Thursday evening 14/6/18 Great conditions, thanks everyone for going along, well done on the PBs too: 

Jerome Dupuy 16:40

Eoin Reville 17:20

Tim Mathas 18:47

Simon Hermann 19:25 PB 

Neil Rosenbaum 19:53 PB

Darren Bagnall 20:28 (fastest time in 15 yrs) 

Tanya Tan 20:35 (1min pb) 

Emma Trehy 25:16 PB 

Tania farmer 27:10

Steve Garamy 14:51 (3k) 

Chris Truscott 9:40 (3k)

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24/5/18 Another perfect night at ES Marks for our latest 3/5km TT. Up from Nowra for the day, long term Rejoover Robin Vonk ran off the front all by himself and smashed in a pb of 16:01. Well done mate. Neil Pearson and Chris Truscott paced Maya Borthwick to a well earned 18:43. Another great run as was Rob Kolbe’s in 19:33 (first time on the track since 1990!), Zack in 20:20 and sis Jenny Doak (nee Truscott) 3km - 11min. We had a couple of Kembla Joggers thanks for jumping in.

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26/4/18 Terrific atmosphere & fabulous runs 🙌🏼 Es marks monthly Track Time Trial: 

5000m
Andy Heyden 44yrs young 15:53 PB quickest time in 20+ years of running
Chris Truscott 16:11
Mark Higgs 16.41
Cathy Liu 18.37 last track sesh before going to Denmark 🇩🇰😭
Jakub Mlynarczyk 19.05 congrats 35sec PB
Jenny Doak 19.19
Nicol Roth 19:45 from France, BRATS  
Neil Rosenbaum 19.59
Karl Hayes 20.37 Bondifit
Spot Anderson 22:20 Bondifit coach
Cathy Rowney 26.07 1st time on track since 12yrs old now 54 💪🏻

3000m: 
Jack Maxwell 9.35
Fred Marlton 12:49 also leaving for 🇩🇰 
Jacob Mueller 13.24 11yrs old fantastic 🙌🏼
Steve Garamy 14.54
Louise Brooks 21:50 Woodstock all clubs welcome

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Thursday 22nd March 2018. We really enjoyed seeing everyone at the 3k/5k track TT at ES marks in almost perfect conditions (slight breeze on the home straight). 

Cathy Liu 18:15 PB
Neil Rosenbaum 20:19
Mark Higgs: 16:54 - PB
Jack Maxwell: 16:21 / PB
Andy Heyden 16:08
Jeet 17:32
Oliver Gissing: 18:14
Ash Ruane: 19:50 PB
Georgina Eden: 20:58 PB
Niki Hale 13:57 SB - 3k
Aoife Yofi 23:41
Natalia Veinberg 15:04 PB - 3k

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Snacks - friend or foe?

By Lisa Sherman, Nutritionist, Mobile 0413 580 608

Email:  wholelifenutrition1@gmail.com Website: www.wholelifenutrition.net.au

 

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Snacking is often an area that can derail someone’s best laid plans to eat healthier or to lose weight.  We might choose the wrong type of snack (such as a highly processed or packaged option with high added sugar, salt or unhealthy fats), we don’t think about portion size so end up having a snack that is the same size or possibly larger than a main meal, or we might eat the snack too close to our next meal. 

 

But having a snack isn’t always the wrong choice.  Snacks are a great way to get some extra energy, protein, vegetables, and fruit into your day, and as part of a nutrition strategy to support optimal exercise performance, training and recovery.  The key is selecting the right type of snacks and adopting a few simple tips to ensure snacking fits within your nutrition goals.

 

·      Opt for snacks that are nutrient dense with a mix of complex carbs, protein and healthy fats.  These types of snacks will help you to feel full and not have you reaching for more.  Some good options are piece of fruit with handful of nuts, yoghurt with nuts and seeds, rice cakes with cottage cheese and sliced tomato, hummus or mashed avocado and raw vegetable sticks, homemade protein balls or a protein shake with berries.

·      Check the time and if you are planning on eating your next main meal (be it lunch or dinner) in the next two hours, forgo the snack and have a glass of water or a herbal tea instead.

·      Watch your portion size – it can be very easy and tempting to eat more than we need with a snack. Examples of good snack portion sizes are one piece of fruit, a small handful of nuts (about 30g or 15-20 nuts, depending on the nut), 2-3 rice cakes, 1-2 tablespoons of hummus or avocado.

·      Practice mindful eating when snacking – prepare your snack (such as cutting up your piece of fruit and putting it on a plate), make it look more appealing and appetising, take the time to enjoy it and don’t snack on the run – this way you are less likely to reach for more.

·      Think about variety for your snacks. A key component to a healthy diet is eating a wide selection of foods from the different food groups and varying your choice of foods day to day.  This applies to our main meals and our snacks and not only provides us with a wide variety of nutrients but also makes meals more appealing and appetising.  Snacking on different vegetables on a regular basis is a great way to up your daily vegetable quota too.

If you do find you need to snack on a packaged or processed item, check the nutrition label on the packet.Look for snacks that have less 10g of added sugar and at least 10g of protein per 100g.Also be mindful of the number of serves in the packet – often there is 2 or more serves, not just a single serve.

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Hydration during summer training

By Lisa Sherman, Nutritionist, Mobile 0413 580 608

Email:  wholelifenutrition1@gmail.com Website: www.wholelifenutrition.net.au

Watermelon salad - a hydrating meal

Watermelon salad - a hydrating meal


A common challenge during summer is training in hotter, humid conditions making us sweat more and increasing our body temperature.  This can lead to dehydration, potentially affecting our performance and mental functioning as blood flow is diverted from our muscles and brain to cooling our skin, especially if we don’t replenish what is lost.

 

During exercise, we need approximately 600ml – 1litre of water for every hour of training with the amount varying depending on your body size, gender, how much you sweat, the temperature, humidity levels and more.  If you are planning on a long run, it’s a good idea to carry some water with you and sip regularly, chose a route that includes known water stops, or where you can leave a bottle of water safely to come back to during your run.

 

Water is needed to support your body to function properly making it essential to have adequate hydration at all times, not just during or after training.  For example, our body needs water to metabolise the food we consume for energy and even a mild dehydration can slow down our metabolism – not helpful if you are looking to lose weight or to ensure optimal performance.  An adequate fluid intake is also important for optimal gut health and assists with motility and regularity.  A good indication of your hydration levels is to check your urine colour often – very pale urine indicates over hydration so drink less and a dark yellow colour is more indicative of dehydration so need to increase your fluid intake (keep in mind some vitamin and mineral supplements may change urine colour).

 

Water, teas and foods all contribute to our fluid levels. Below is a list of some of the delicious and healthy hydrating foods that really help to replenish fluid post exercise. Remember too that some foods and beverages can be dehydrating such as caffeinated beverages like coffee and cola softdrinks, so best to consume in moderation (or not at all in the case of cola softdrinks!)

 

The best hydrating foods include:

 

·      Watermelon

·      Cucumber

·      Celery

·      Iceberg lettuce

·      Zucchini

·      Rockmelon and honeydew melon

·      Strawberries

·      Cauliflower

 

Plus apples, oranges, pears, carrots, pineapple, broccoli (cooked) are great options to include in your meals. Salads and chilled soups are a must during the summer months, and below is one of my favourite hydrating salads – light, refreshing and tasty – works well on its own or as an accompaniment to a BBQ.

 

RECIPE – WATERMELON, CUCUMBER + FETA SALAD

Serves 2 | Preparation time 10mins

 

Ingredients:

o   2.5 cups watermelon, chopped into bite size pieces

o   120g feta, crumbled

o   1 cucumber, peeled into ribbons

o   Handful of rocket

o   2 tablespoons of pepitas

o   Dressing – 1.5 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil mixed with 1.5 tablespoons white wine vinegar

 

Method

o   Combine ingredients in a large bowl, add dressing and toss through salad before serving