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TRAINING

ENDURAMAX TRAINING GROUP

The Enduramax Training Group is a small band of provincial standard middle and long distance runners who compete on the track, over cross country and on the road…Read More

ENDURAKIDZ TRAINING GROUP

EnduraKidz is a group of enthusiastic youngsters who train with Ian Harries at Driehoek High School every Monday, Wednesday and Friday either from 4.00pm to 5.00pm or from 5.00pm to 6.00pm….Read More

PERSONALISED TRAINING PROGRAMMES

This is a programming service for runners from outside of Vanderbijlpark who want to be guided in the layout and structure of their day to day, month to month training programme…Read More

WEBSITE PERSONNEL STRUCTURE

Ian Harries
Ian HarriesCoaching Advisor
Self Employed Middle and Long Distance Coach
Enduramax Running Consultancy
Norman Brook
Norman BrookBrook Sport Consulting
Former British National Athletics Coach, Technical Director for the Endurance Events at UK Athletics, and former CEO of the British Triathlon Federation.
Prof Ross Tucker
Prof Ross TuckerScientific Advisor/Contributor
Exercise Physiologist & High Performance Sports Science Consultant
Prof Timothy Noakes
Prof Timothy NoakesHonorary Scientific Advisor/Contributor
Chair, Discovery Life Sports Science Centre, University of Cape Town
Richard Mayer
Richard MayerHonorary Statistician
SA Athletics Statisticians Association

PRESENT AND PAST ATHLETES

IMG-20160707-WA0006Deon Botha, leading, one of our group.

IMG-20160707-WA0007Another of the training group, Stix Tsotetsi.

IMG-20160707-WA0011Neo Ncube, another of the Harries Training Group.

IMG-20160707-WA0010Nicole Louw, a great prospect for the future of SA middle distance running.

IMG-20160707-WA0025Mbulaeni Mulaudzi 2004 Olympic Games silver medallist in the 800m

IMG-20160707-WA0018Christiaan Schultz, now studing at UJ, one of our Disabled T44 runners. Now coached by Morne Nagel.

“My Littlies”

“Some More Littlies”

OUR SPONSORS / CONTACTS

ALL ARTICLES

John Hellemans

The normal anatomy of the spine is usually described by dividing up the spine into three major sections: the cervical, the thoracic, and the lumbar spine.

USOC International Altitude Symposium

The normal anatomy of the spine is usually described by dividing up the spine into three major sections: the cervical, the thoracic, and the lumbar spine.

Kenya Reasons for Success – Diet

The normal anatomy of the spine is usually described by dividing up the spine into three major sections: the cervical, the thoracic, and the lumbar spine.

Kenyan Distance Runners – What Makes Them So Good?

The normal anatomy of the spine is usually described by dividing up the spine into three major sections: the cervical, the thoracic, and the lumbar spine.

USOC International Altitude Training Symposium

The normal anatomy of the spine is usually described by dividing up the spine into three major sections: the cervical, the thoracic, and the lumbar spine.

Altitude Training for Middle & Long Distance Runners

The normal anatomy of the spine is usually described by dividing up the spine into three major sections: the cervical, the thoracic, and the lumbar spine.

Strengthening the Back

The normal anatomy of the spine is usually described by dividing up the spine into three major sections: the cervical, the thoracic, and the lumbar spine.

First man in Africa to run a sub 4min mile

Let’s see how I can help. There are three types of muscle, voluntary (lifting my arm to scratch my neck, it reacts to my command),

Strength and Weight Loss

Let’s see how I can help. There are three types of muscle, voluntary (lifting my arm to scratch my neck, it reacts to my command),

Using the foam roller

Naturally what you do one side of the body you must do and the other side. Rolling should last for least for 30secs or as required.

Coffee and the Endurance Runner

Coffee and the Endurance Runner. Click Here to Download this pdf. Click Here to Download this pdf.

Ross Tucker – Super Diet

Ross Tucker - Super Diet. Click Here to Download this pdf. Click Here to Download this pdf.

” Perhaps my best years are gone, but

I wouldn’t want them back…..

Not with the fire in me now”

Samuel Beckett (1906 – 1989)

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