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Fit Stuff May News

Amazing start to Round 2 team! Nicci and I are absolutely pumped to deliver another 10 week round loaded with a variety of challenging sessions. Please remember to let us know if you are not yet part of the members only Facebook group that receives special members only content from Nicci and myself. We each release a video each week focusing on a range of topics to provide you, our valued member the highest quality and most important health and fitness content.

Yoga Friday’s

Yes! Yoga is running on Friday’s at 5:30am for the next 3 weeks up until halfway through the round

Competition Time…

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Must watch videos…

Nate’s – Top 10 Worst Preservatives!

Nicci’s – The Best Version of You!

Nate’s – Say It Sunday

Congratulations to Paul Lees who is our member of the month. Paul’s hard work and dedication has paid off and he has successfully completed his campaign on the Kokoda track. Paul has won a $20 voucher from Love Juice. Let’s show Paul some Fit Stuff love.

Nicci’s News

Hi crew, I hope everyone has enjoyed the last couple of long weekends. As you know I went to Sydney to compete in the 21km Spartan beast. I have realised that I have my racing mojo back and that my head is in an amazing place. I came in 5th in my age group with a time of 3hrs-25mins, cutting 1hr and 10 mins off my previous beast at Picton 2 yrs ago. Training is ramping up for the 24hr world chamionships.

One of the questions I get asked is “how much Do you train?”. I do my Ttyd every 3rd Sunday which is around 3-1/2 to 4 hrs of non stop training. I use this session to test my hydration, food and also any clothing I am wanting to use for my endurance events. My other training sessions include strength equipment circuits and running. By the time Enduro gets here in 5 weeks, I will be running approx 30-50kms a week. That maybe over 3 runs or incorporated into other training sessions. I am hoping to go for the full 24hrs which may be anywhere between 50-80kms.

I hope you have enjoyed this little bit of info on how I prep for these events.  Cheers Nic

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