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Another thread asks the question about whether you race better - perform better in a happy relationship I think the real key to performing at your very best is being happy ------- regardless whether you're in a relationship or not A lot of people are not necessarily in an intimate relationship but they're very happy, enjoying the company of a lot of friends and aquaintences, keeping their life full of good vibes without some of the crap one has to work through in an intimate relationship We're all different, and have different needs - some absolutely need their partner to be "complete" - others don't mind their own company and can perform at their peak with little more than a few aquaintences around them The real key is happiness - keeping the spirit high I've seen people blossom after ending a long term relationship, in fact go from a rather serious person who always has the "half empty glass" to someone who is rarely seen without a smile - a person who is totally enjoying training, racing and life in general
Hey guys, Here's a great interview with Jeff Symonds, a 25 year old Canadian who recently finished 3rd at the Ironman 70.3 World Champs in Vegas 2 weeks ago. This is an astounding result, especially considering Jeff has only been training for Triathlons for 4 years and was a huge underdog in that race. In this interview, Jeff shares some of his success secrets and strategies which you can apply to your own training. http://www.thefeelgoodlifestyle.com/half-ironman-world-championship-medalist-reveals-success-secrets.html
SHOE TESTERS NEED FOR RUNNING SHOE RESEARCH JOIN THE ELIGIBILITY LIST Do cushioned running shoes prevent injuries or cause them? Does a running shoe with an elevated heel speed you up or slow you down? Researchers at the University of Newcastle are planning a series of studies to determine how basic differences in running shoe design, such as heel elevation and degree of cushioning, affect injury rates and distance running performance. A eligibility list of runners interested in taking part in this research is now being created. Runners on the eligibility list will be contacted when runners are being recruited to take part in this research. All Australian runners aged 18 or over are eligible for inclusion on the eligibility list. If you would like to be considered for inclusion in these studies, please complete the online survey accessible via this link. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Eligibility_Survey For further information please contact Dr Craig Richards E Craig.Richards@newcastle.edu.au T 0438 264 264 Complaints about this research This project has been approved by the University’s Human Research Ethics Committee, Approval No. H-2011-0244. Should you have concerns about your rights as a participant in this research, or you have a complaint about the manner in which the research is conducted, it may be given to the researcher, or, if an independent person is preferred, to the Human Research Ethics Officer, Research Office, The Chancellery, The University of Newcastle, University Drive, Callaghan NSW 2308, Australia, telephone (02) 49216333, email Human-Ethics@newcastle.edu.au.