One of our favourite places to train is out at Lysterfield Park within the Churchill National Park, hitting the trails out there on a weekly basis. Below are some snaps taken over the last few months while out doing Lysty Laps.
Lessons Learnt at Lysterfield:
- When running on the same morning as the Oxfam Walk, don’t run through the check point while volunteers are being briefed in what would only just be record time.
- It’s extremely funny when a Portuguese man verbally abuses animals that are on the Australian Coat of Arms.
- When sprinting towards the finish (Hallam North Road car park for us) up the very steep hill on Glen Track, hold your run until the big tree. Save some breath to casually ask the others how they’re feeling.
- When running with Lighting, every stick, shadow and movement in the bushes is a deadly snake with a thirst for trail runners.
Today’s words by Lightning