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Cara Peake

Rehabilitation Physiotherapist

Cara graduated from Physiotherapy in 2010 and has since built her passion around injury prevention and sports performance. Cara has focused her interests on strength re-training, running biomechanics, kinetic link training and injury prevention. She enjoys tendon rehabilitation, postoperative rehabilitation (hip, knee and shoulder), management of lower back pain and Clinical Pilates.  

Most recently Cara has furthered her studies in the thoracic ring approach and will have completed her studies at the LJ Institute by the end of 2018. Cara aims to further her holistic patient management approach through this course which has a strong focus on biomechanics and understanding individual movement patterns. 

Cara has an extensive background in track and field and now enjoys keeping active. Cara can often be found running local road races and triathlons.  

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Week 12: Great Ocean Road Running Festival 2017

The good news is training this week is light on the legs ahead of race day Sunday! The last 11 weeks have focused on hard training and getting the fitness and strength to run a half marathon but the final week takes a slightly different focus – checking you have ticked all the boxed ahead of race day.

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Week 11: Great Ocean Road Running Festival 2017

Staying mentally strong is key when you have taken on the challenge of running a half marathon - especially when the Great Ocean Road half marathon sneaks in an extra 2km on the official distance. Over the race you will experience fluctuating levels of motivation and it is important to be mindful of these and have a few tricks up the sleeve to keep you moving.

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