So, to give some motivation, this is the pictures I've taken at Mizuno The Gardens when I went for registration. So, dream it, work for it!
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Monday, September 29, 2008
Friday, September 26, 2008
Price : RM35
Sizes : M, L, XL,& XXL
Colour: White (Blue stripe)
Design: Climacool (round neck)
front : adidas logo with "i'm a runner" wording.
back : adidas logo with club's logo.
left: XXL.. right: M
*sorry for the last minute changes. It's due to stock problems. This is the latest design.. LETS RUN!!
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Thursday, September 18, 2008
Time: 8.30 PM to 9.30 PM
Place: Seminar Room, UiTM Shah Alam Sport Complex
Meeting agenda :
1)Introduction to the club
2)Creating club committee
3)Discuss club's activity
*Please bring money for club t-shirt. (design of the t-shirt below)
*Also bring money (RM35) if you interested to register for MIZUNO WAVE RUN. (UiTM Runners Club will provide bus to the event for members)
*No fees required.
*Registration can be made on the spot (22th September 2008). Invite all your running lover friends!
any inquiries, please contact us.TQ
Friday, September 12, 2008
Once the race starts, hydration becomes important, particularly if it is a warm day. Drink, drink, drink. Do this during your long workouts in practice too. Not only will drinking fluids make your weekend long workouts more comfortable, but it also will teach you how to drink and how often to drink. Drinking while you run is not an instinctive technique; you need to practice to do it properly.
No tennis player would start a match without practicing lobs; no golfer would think a game complete without learning how to pitch from a sand trap. And no runner should enter a half marathon without figuring out how and when to drink.
Drinking while running definitely is not easy. Unless you grasp the cup carefully, you can spill half the contents on the ground. If you gulp too quickly, you can spend the next mile coughing and gasping. If you dawdle at aid stations, you can waste precious seconds. And if you gulp down a replacement drink you aren't used to, it might make you nauseous.
Drinking on the run is a science--and so you need to practice. Do this during your training runs, particularly your long training runs.
Drinking on the run is necessary for survival. Here's why. During exercise, the body usually produces more heat than you can get rid of by sweating. A marathoner's body temperature gradually rises 3 or 4 degrees to 102 degrees Fahrenheit, an efficient level for energy utilization. At this point, your air-conditioning system is in synch with the environment and you perform well. If the weather is too hot or too humid, or you become dehydrated--resulting in a drop in sweat production--the body's temperature can soar to dangerous levels. Your muscles will not perform efficiently at temperatures that are too high (over 104), so that will slow you down. This is an important defense mechanism, because if you fail to sweat and your core temperature rises past 108, you may suffer heatstroke, a potentially serious problem that can cause headaches and dizziness, and in extreme cases convulsions, unconsciousness, and death.
So drink up--but don't drink too much or too often, otherwise you'll waste time waiting to use the portable toilets along the course. You have to learn how to drink properly, and that's why you need to practice drinking during your long workouts.
Friday, September 5, 2008
registration form: http://www.pacesetters.com.my/events/2008%20notices/mizuno_form_pg%202.jpg
CLOSING DATE: 5TH OCTOBER 2008 (or 2,800 entries whichever come first)
to all UiTM RUNNERS CLUB members and UiTM student:
if you want to join this upcoming event please contact me as soon as possible..TQ
Who want to join?
12th October 2008
Stadium Padang Sultan Sulaiman Klang
For further informations please do not hesitate to call:
012 9312 993 Mr Jimmy Yang
012 3392 673 Mr Ong Teck Keong
019 2319 138 Mr Ng Thean Chor
019 3319 898 Mr Lim Sam Hang
012 3101 379 Mr Wong Soon Pin
Please click here to download the entry form.