Sustainable approach for the energy-mad lifestyle

SUSTAINABLE INTENSITY

FOR ENERGY-MAD PEOPLE

As a collaboration between professional trainers and amateur high-energy fitness geeks, Energy-Mad offers tips and guides for maintaining your intense lifestyle without damaging yourself in the process.

RUNNING TIPS

As many of us can tell from experience, a lot of things can and will go wrong. Find out how to properly prepare for both a short jog and a marathon with exercises, diet and gear.

DIET GUIDES

Nothing influences your physical condition as much as what you eat. And while many people combine their favourite foods with intense physical exercises, this is not sustainable in the long run. Learn what to eat to keep yourself healthy and on the run.

WORKOUT TIPS

Going to the gym or working out on your own might be not as exciting as cycling around lakes or climbing mountains, but it is certainly something one should do to keep the body prepared for difficult tracks ahead.

MOTIVATIONAL TECHNIQUES

Losing the high of the intense physical exercises can be as unexpected as getting on it in the first place. There are a myriad of issues that can influence your desire to continue, stress and exhaustion being some of them. Learn how to keep balance and move forward.

OUR MISSION

Our aim here is to bring the attention of already energy-mad runners, swimmers and cyclists towards the most crucial issues they should focus on, while also attracting those that are still contemplating about turning their life into a fitness-crazy adventure.

PREPARATION TIPS

SUSTAINABLE INTENSITY FOR ENERGY-MAD PEOPLE

TOP HALF-MARATHON PREPARATION TIPS FOR EVERYONE

Although half-marathon might not be as prestigious of a distance, it requires quite a lot of physical endurance, emotional strength and preparation. A 21 kilometre-race is a challenge for most running novices, so this easy-to-follow selection of preparation tips should come in handy if you’re preparing for your first race.


Pre-prep preparation
Training plan
Building up to the race


KEEPING IN TOUCH WITH THE COMMUNITY

Thousands of people join the ranks of Energy-Mad

fanatics every day and their contagious energy attract more and more people to start running, cycling, swimming and everything in between. There is always stuff to learn from one another, so stay tuned for upcoming events and competitions that would take place in New Zealand.

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icon-4Pre-prep preparation
Before even starting to prepare for a race, there a few steps you should take.

icon-5Training plan
You should have a training plan in front of you when you decide on participating in a half-marathon.

icon-6Building up to the race
Apart from physical training, you should focus on three key elements: food, water and sleep.