at home with a stationary bike. With the help of a turbo trainer, which your back wheel slots into, you can also turn your own bike into a stationary one.Make Sure The Bike Fits Forget the ins and outs of titanium vs steel vs aluminium. One thing matters
It's a familiar story: you return to training after injury aiming to be faster and stronger than before. Then reality kicks in as your decreased fitness becomes apparent. You begin to wonder if you'll ever be able to repeat your pre
In a world where beliefs about exercise are either long-held or fleeting (you know, until something better comes along), it can be difficult to know if we're doing the right thing at the right time. And while some rules of fitness are backed up
Whether it's because you're waylaid by illness, a holiday to Spain or a bout of ennui, sometimes your tri kit ends up sitting in the rack rather than racking up the miles. But it's never too late to return to fitness. "Sometimes it's actually
When you reach a certain level of fitness, you may begin to focus on advanced fitness. You may even convince yourself that what is hindering your improvement is an aspect of this advanced fitness. This is a mistake.Base fitness is the minimum level
that I should get a proper bike fitting first in case the problem was one of posture. My rationale was that if my position on the bike was wrong, the injury would recur regardless of anything a physio could do for me.So step forward Richard Melik
Hours spent running, cycling and swimming will, unless you're careful, play havoc with your muscles, resulting in poor performance and an increased risk of injury. Flexibility training is possibly the most forgotten and misunderstood aspects of training, but working on it can hel...
High-intensity short interval runs build your top-end tolerance, while longer tempo runs and time trials improve aerobic endurance. Perform these workouts at the fastest pace you can sustain for the given effort.High-Intensity IntervalsWarm up, then do 8x200m intervals. Rest for ...
Weekend Race 10K Target race The speed and fitness accrued from training has set you up for a PB-potential race. Let it rip!
Performance-BoostingOrca 1/2 TightsPrice £45 Contact orca.comReaching just above the knee, the Orca 1/2 Tights target the major muscle groups of the upper leg - particularly the quads and up through the glutes (backside) - and work hard to keep muscles both warm and well supporte...
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