, with some lazy boating included, rather than one of the toughest middle-distance triathlons in the country.The 1.9K swim in the beautiful but bitterly cold Ullswater Lake was shortened owing to strong winds, bringing swimmers into the safety of a sheltered
Olympian) should help keep you on the straight and narrow.Nothing worth achieving comes easily, but we hope this training guide will help you stay motivated when it's pouring with rain or freezing cold. You might even get the triathlon bug by spring
-4 hour recovery period, with a cold, sodium-containing beverage (10-25mmol/litre).
baby carrots450g left over cold turkey, broken into bite-sized pieces2 tbsp chopped fresh tarragon or 2tsp freeze dried100ml dry white wine300ml leftover turkey gravy60ml half fat crème fraichesalt and freshly ground black pepperchopped fresh tarragon
your body will be prepped for a festive training session and a break from all those television re-runs.Preparation time: 35 minsServes: 4-6500g Christmas leftovers chopped into smaller pieces: cold roast potatoes, peas, sprouts, carrots, stuffing
into boiling water and blanch for 2-3 minutes. Drain and refresh with cold water. Combine with the potato, mashing them together with a fork. Season well and form the mixture into 12 croquettes.2 Place the egg in a bowl, the flour on a plate and the breadcrumbs
the dumplings cold with a soured cream and chive dip. The SkinnyCalories 457Fibre 11.1gSaturated fat 1.22gMany thanks to wholegraingoodness.com for providing this recipe.
Train smarterWhen the weather turns cold, wet and icy, training suddenly seems a lot less enjoyable, so you can grit your teeth and face whatever nature throws at you, or grind out the miles on the treadmill and the turbo trainer. Or you could
it has a netting layer inside it didn’t seem to have an effective ventilation system and I started feeling cold.For anyone looking for a light, stylish jacket for everyday use, this jacket definitely fits the bill.
RichardM, Spans, FatBuddha, Armadillo and NikiMany thanks to Petal and Cedric for the photosIt was a cold, dark, rainy and windy night somewhere north of Wolverhampton.In the early hours of the morning of January 32nd (in the Tough Guy calendar
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