The term ‘mountain’ bike covers a multitude: cross country (XC), free ride, downhill, and then there’s hardtail suspension (just like it sounds), full suspension, even rigid-fork bikes. As for wheels, the 26-inch variety are the most popular but 29-inch models are becoming more c...
When you're starting out in triathlon, one of the most important bits of kit you'll buy is your wetsuit. For those lacking a little confidence in the water, making the right choice is crucial, but even if you're comfortable ploughing through chilly lakes, your wetsuit should keep...
Thursday December 1Andrew Campbell (Truro)Friday December 2Paul Wilkinson (Torpoint)Monday December 5Nicholas Martin (London)Tuesday December 6Jill Osgood (High Peak)Wednesday December 7Nick Lishman (Isles of Scilly)Thursday December 8Catherine Swinson (Hailsham)Friday December 9...
Triathletes love kit and they love upgrading - it's a perfect match, or storm, depending on your outlook and bank balance. Upgrades are usually designed to make us go faster and because the bike leg is the longest section of a race it's here that triathletes most often turn to ma...
or commemorate was to run 26.2 miles. For the first 13 miles I was cruising and then my body decided it was probably too warm to run another 13.2 miles and went into a lower gear (Any lower and I would have been disengaged). During the last two miles I passed
If you're gearing up for a spring marathon, Runner’s World Coach: Marathon Training Guide, out today in WHSmiths, will be an essential read over the winter months.As the UK’s leading running magazine, Runner’s World has been helping aspiring
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The days are getting longer, the sun's starting to shine and daffodils are springing alive: it can only mean one thing - spring is ahoy. If the spring air is making lacing-up a little more appealing, then why not crank your training up a gear
Another diet protein product has hit the market so we’ve been consuming more protein than usual, waiting for our biceps to grow. They claim to, ‘have used the latest advances in protein and weight loss technology’ to help support your training and a healthy well-defined body. So ...
. Main: 45 minutes on rolling terrain keeping cadence moderate and changing gear when pedalling slows down. Cool-down: spin 5 minutes Lunch: RUN: 30 minutes steady. Evening: CYCLE: Warm-up: using gears. Main: 45 minutes concentrating on a tucked
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