Triathletes often become creatures of habit to help them balance training, work and life away from triathlon. “Transitioning into off-season eating does require a bit of mental concentration,” says US professional triathlete and coach Paul Fritzsche. “When I cut
Q) What tips would you offer to runners wanting to move into triathlons?A) It’s good to link up with a triathlon club if you’re starting from nowhere, then you’ve got a few swim and bike sessions to go to and you'll get used to training with people
The benefitsPeppers Peppers are packed with vitamins A and C, two powerful antioxidants. They work together to battle free radicals, those unstable molecules that race around the body looking to inflict cell damage. Red peppers also contain lycopene
The benefits:MushroomsThese delicious and versatile fungi may fight colds and flu. Compounds in the white button variety boost the activity of immune-system cells that help tackle infections. Mushrooms also contain vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), which helps in the production of e...
Trainer has videos from all over the globe, with contributors from 30 countries. While exposure in the UK is growing, you'll be able to ride almost any profiled race route you can think of, and if it doesn't exist, go ride, run or row it yourself and put
,” adds Currell.PIZZADelicious, and not the worst of the bunch. “Pizza can be great for carb-loading because of its doughy base,” says Currell. This alone makes it a good meal choice the night before a big race. Many elite triathletes eat pizza before
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