Featuring more Helion foam throughout the midsole, runners can expect a smoother ride from this characteristically responsive volume trainer
  • TRC Technical Updates | Brooks Adrenaline GTS 21

    Featuring extended DNA LOFT through to the forefoot, expect a plush feel underfoot & stable ride in this popular durable volume trainer

  • Is your Trail Shoe fit for purpose?

    Is your trail shoe fit for purpose? Biomechanics expert Ben Green breaks down a few popular trail running models by Comfort / Durability and Performance / Speed.
  • Effects of heat on running performance

    In this blog we will analyse and break down the effect that climate (particularly temperature, humidity and radiation) can play on your distance running performance. Understanding how to choose an ideal race based on climate OR training to maximise your performance in a specific climate, can go a long way to determining whether or not you will run your goal time at your goal event.

  • SUPER SHOES | Which one is right for you?

    SUPER SHOES | Which one is right for you?

    In this video, we discuss what a 'Super Shoe' is, how they work to enhance your running economy and how the range of Super Shoes we have here in store @ TRC may suit you based on your current training and future goals.

  • ASICS METARACER | The ‘Racing Flat Super Shoe’

    The ASICS METARACER retains the feel of a traditional racing flat (E.g. ASICS TartherEdge) whilst employing some new technology that’s aims to enhance running economy, including higher volumes of a lighter foam in the midsole and a carbon plate.
  • ASICS Novablast - a volume trainer for everyday mileage.

    Expect a springy & bouncy feeling underfoot in a light package.
    We recommend the Novablast be used as a shoe that can cover multiple bases (e.g. easy running in combination with some faster tempo work) if the runner prefers not to go into separate lightweight & volume trainers.

  • HOKA RINCON - Maximal meets Lightweight Trainer

    The Hoka Rincon takes a Maximal shoe philosophy (lots of cushioning and stiff rear-foot rocker) and integrates features of lightweight trainers (less cushioning/mass & increased flexibility under the big toe).
  • Asics EvoRide Vs DS Trainer 25

    The ASICS EvoRide is a lightweight trainer that targets a different feel to the ASICS lightweight staple - the DS Trainer. Thanks to a full contact Flytefoam propel midsole that doesn’t contain gel cushioning or a midfoot trussic, expect a lighter and smoother ride.
  • THE LAP OF THE LAKE (Lake Monger - Perth )

    Inter generational connection and oral tradition are powerful motivators for communities. Particularly sporting clubs where they align values and c...

    The regular PUR group runs have been postponed due to COVID-19. So we are kicking off PURONA – a virtual PUR run club.
  • TRC REVIEW | Asics Nimbus Lite VS Asics Nimbus 22

    The Ride of a shoe is defined as the feeling a runner will get as they move through the stance phase of the gait cycle - i.e. from ground contact ...