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A column by Michael Beisty

A Column By Michael Beisty Part 1: Consistency Disclaimer: Content herein does not constitute specific advice to the reader’s circumstance.  It is only an opinion based on my perspective that others may learn from.   Anyone of any age who engages in running should be in tune with their body and seek medical...
By Michael Beisty Mature distance runners could be excused for thinking you only have to concentrate on high quality speed work to offset the impacts of aging on distance running performance. Certainly, a lot of the contemporary literature supports regular fast running as a means to reduce the impact of...
  View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Tarkine (takayna) (@tarkinerunning) Main Training Principles for Mature Runners Part 3B: Strength - An Uphill Battle? Written by Michael Beisty Disclaimer: Content herein does not constitute specific advice to the reader’s circumstance.  It is only an opinion based on my perspective that others may learn...
A column by Michael Beisty Disclaimer: Content herein does not constitute specific advice to the reader’s circumstance.  It is only an opinion based on my perspective that others may learn from.   Anyone of any age who engages in running should be in tune with their body and seek medical advice before...
A column by Michael Beisty Disclaimer: Content herein does not constitute specific advice to the reader’s circumstance.  It is only an opinion based on my perspective that others may learn from.   Anyone of any age who engages in running should be in tune with their body and seek medical advice before...
A column by Michael Beisty An Introductory Dialogue I am 63 years of age, still running and racing, and retired from employment.   I enjoy writing and running. Combined, they bring together an ideal mix of two creative processes, the mental and the physical. I’m no Kenny Moore but I think I have...
A column by Michael Beisty I started running on 20 December 1970, six days prior to my 12th birthday. On the same day, my mother started jogging to lose weight.  I joined Glenhuntly Athletics Club, my father's club.  At that time Trevor Vincent (club captain) was on a recruitment drive. ...
                   

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