Savio D'Souza is Mumbai's first international marathon winner, who is now a full time coach to long distance athletes as well as sportspersons following other disciplines. Since the inception of the Standard Chartered Mumbai marathon in 2004, Savio has coached scores of runners, inspiring them to graduate from the Dream Run to the Half Marathon and then the Full Marathon.
Savio D'Souza's main objective is to have the opportunity to train people of different backgrounds and sports and help them achieve their optimum fitness levels.
As an Athletics Coach, he has trained several state level athletes for various athletic events. As a private fitness trainer, he has trained a number of international tennis players who have represented the country, like, Harsh Mankad, Manisha Malhotra and Mahesh Bhupathi. He has also trained players in various other faculties like cricket (at the Elf Vengsarkar and Garden Cricket Academy), Badminton and football.
His sports achievements include:
If you have any questions on training for the marathon/half marathon, you can send these to Savio D'Souza.
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Dead Fish Breathing Pattern
I'm looking for resources on 'Dead Fish Breathing Pattern'. Google and other running sites do not spawn any results for the same. Do let me know if you are aware of any sites/pdfs/books...
Thank you in advance
Posted On : 24 May 2013 ,1:38 AM1 reply
Dead fish breathing, is basically breathing through your mouth. You have to let your jaw drop open so that your lips are slightly parted. I don't have any books or pdfs related to it, but I have found a number of blog posts. http://swangerk.wordpress.com/training-tips/how-to-control-breathing-while-running/
Posted On : 08 Aug 2013 ,3:46 AM
Reply by, Coach
when can i start half marathon?
i am 42 years of age have been doing alternate day run (mild speed) for past 6 years; have run the 10k bangalore twice . post this years maraton on may 19 i would like to start training for the half maraton 10 week schedule. is this advisable or shd i do some more 10k training? any other?
Posted On : 06 May 2013 ,10:27 PM1 reply
You have 5 and a half months, enough time to prepare and run a good 21km. I have put up a training program on the procam site, look it up, it will help. Try to join a running group in your area, If you stay in south Mumbai, you can join my running group.
Posted On : 08 Aug 2013 ,3:45 AM
Reply by, Coach
What type of shorts to wear while running?
I have been practicing for 10k. Currently I am running 5kms on treadmill regularly.
Now, I wear loose shorts while running. After running, I realized that the skin that touches scrotum has been bruised because of long running.
How can I avoid further pains?
By, sourabh jaiswal
Posted On : 07 Apr 2013 ,2:29 PM1 reply
runners knee and pain
I am practising for half marathon. Have practiced the distance many times. This is my first HM. Recently I am feeling pain in my knees when I run or when going on stairs. I am able to walk properly. I googled it found to be runners knee. I am doing stretches shown in videos on internet. Also icing the muscles. But noa that I am not running since a week taking complete rest and just a week left want to recover fast. Please suggest what else I can do for recovery.
Posted On : 09 Jan 2013 ,8:14 PM1 reply
you have not mentioned your name. continue doing the exercises. and keep and icing your knee atleast 4-5 times a day. keep fit by cycling and swimming. on the race day take a painkiller (anti-inflamation tablet [ask the doctor]) and eat before you take the tablet.
Posted On : 14 Jan 2013 ,9:42 AM
Reply by, Coach
Pain in the ball of the foot
I'm 42 years old male candidate and running first time in the marathon. Since last 3 months I started to feel pain (occasionally) in the ball of the foot. I always walk 100 minutes (to and fro) a day. I don't know why this pain has started suddenly. I've habit to walk a lot per day so that won't be the reason.
I started running since last 2 months. Doctor suggested me to use vulgus pad (what kind of vulgus pad I should go for) in the shoes. Please advice.
Posted On : 07 Jan 2013 ,3:55 AM1 reply
Half Marathon to Full marathon ?
Hello Coach, I recently finished my ADHM with 3.15 hrs. it was my fourth half marathon. Unfortunately I was not able to enrol for SCMM 2013 half marathon. It seems the Full marathon category is open. I am kind of interested to take part in full marathon but it looks too difficult at this point of time from preparation perspective as only 85 odd days are left. Do you think I should go for it ? Also Will I be eligible for full marathon (I mean i don't have any timing certificate for full marathon) ? If you think I can, then please provide me some tips as well. looking positively for your reply.
Posted On : 22 Oct 2012 ,3:12 AM2 replies
My heels paining
Hi Coach, I've actively participated in ADHM 2010, 2011 and SCMM 2011. Now I'm preparing for ADHM 2012 which is scheduled on 30th September 2012. Off lately, I'm feeling pain on my heels. I am 5'10" and weighing 86 Kgs. I wear ASICS Gel Kayano shoes and i have normal pronation. Let me know what can be the possible causes of the heel pain and how can it be cured ?
Posted On : 06 Sep 2012 ,1:34 AM2 replies
Thanks a lot Coach... Your very first point seems to be the main cause. Usually I used to jog on roads but off lately i shifted my training to Gym on trademill. After that only i started feeling pain. Once this ADHM is over, i'll take some rest and follow your lead to get relief. Later on will try again slowly on roads.
Thanks a lot once again....
Posted On : 27 Sep 2012 ,5:33 AM
Reply by, Ashu
Any reference for a good coach
I am 45 years male and would like to start running for overall fitness can anyone recommend a good coach I stay in Bandra west hill rd
my cell no is 9821412512
Posted On : 24 Aug 2012 ,2:11 AM1 reply
running in marathon
I complete 13 km, 4 times a week at 8.14 min/km. & cross train other days. pls guide how to improve it for half marathon ?
& should i continue 13 km or run more kms.?
Posted On : 10 Aug 2012 ,4:35 AM2 replies
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