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Running on empty: why cross-training with pilates and yoga helps avoid running injuries

Elise Watts

Many runners experience burn out: mentally they want to run but they can't hit the pavement without pain. It is a common and frustrating experience amongst those who have prided themselves on being active and are brought to a sudden, screeching halt! Clients limp into the studio with symptoms they find not only unfathomable but mortifying. Some wonder why they can’t push their body the way they used to and get the same results! They realise that they were running on empty and a revolutionary new approach is required.


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Passionate about Fitness, sports, living healthy and helping people in achieving their goals. I've played Rugby all my life, against teams from around Australia to South Africa. Always on time with a plan of attack tailored to your needs with Nutrition tips, programs ,services and the right technique. If you 're looking for fun and exciting new ways to get the results you deserve, contact me so we can get started!