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The September/October issue has a strong adventure and training focus. Coach Ian Craig raises some interesting questions in Addictive Exercise. Could many South Africans actually be addicted to exercise? Is overtraining actually killing us? Craig reveals a very helpful Wellbeing Quiz so you can score yourself every morning and see if you’re overtraining or not. There are adventures from Botswana to Wartrail, taking you on journeys of a lifetime. Isabel Wolf-Gillespie takes an inspiring journey through Southern Africa, running and riding through SA, Namibia, Botswana and Mozambique to help raise awareness for rhino conservation. “Every 11 hours a rhino is poached for its horn and at this current rate the children of today will not lay their eyes upon this species as adults,” says Wolf-Gillespie. The ever-expanding Multi-Life section includes Lisa de Speville’s article on how to prepare for Expedition Africa with eight months to go, different lacing methods that will help improve your technique by sports scientist Ryan Hodierne and how to make a delicious superfood smoothie by Kauai’s founder, John Berry. There is also a feature on Avianto Trails just outside of Johannesburg. So if you’re a mountain biker and/or trail runner and you live in the Big City, it’s something not to be missed. The gear section is packed to the rafters with the usual tests and reviews of the latest products. In addition, if you’re in the market for a new HRM & GPS watch then you won’t be disappointed by our nine-page guide featuring some of the latest units available. The guide also includes very helpful tips on how to look after these valuable items. Again the calendar is brimming with events with a massive 340 of them listed between October and December.

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