around 30c and can rise to 40c - people have died (a detail I added for dramatic effect but upon research only two people in the history of the race actually have).Being completely honest I have no idea why I'm doing this! I sweat more than the average
Bryce Dyer is Senior Lecturer in Product Design at Bournemouth University's School of Design, Engineering and Computing, and is a member of the Design Management Institute. He is conducting research into sports technology used by elite athletes. He is a
. He is conducting research into sports technology used by elite athletes. He is a passionate cyclist and triathlete and has competed internationally in his age group in events ranging from a 1K track pursuit to an Ironman.
coaching career (physfarm.com) while engaged in postgraduate research in biomechanics at Loughborough University. David has coached squads and athletes ranging from beginner to elite and juniors to competitors aged 65. He has competed in various triathlons
.Bruce DyerBryce Dyer is Senior Lecturer in Product Design at Bournemouth University's School of Design, Engineering and Computing, and is a member of the Design Management Institute. He is conducting research into sports technology used by elite athletes. He
to establish your personal preferences.Your pre-race dietThe effects of tapering combined with carbohydrate loading have been examined in hundreds of studies, with researchers concluding that this practice improves triathlon times by two to three per cent
to protect your body and rekindle your interest in training. And you can.Recent research shows that supplementing, or even replacing, part of your running programme with other forms of exercise might be just what you need to avoid boredom, minimise injuries
-sounding test ever, the Neck Disability Index, which assesses the pain's impact.Athletic performance'Musculotendinous' massages target muscle-tendon junctions; a 2010 study in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research found that even a 30-second massage
probably play a part, as does gravity - some research suggests that people participating at similar intensities in sports in which body weight is supported (such as cycling or swimming) suffer far less from this problem. During a serious run, the blood
available on the NHS. HASAG also attended the Government’s Mesothelioma Summit in 2007.In 2008 HASAG hosted their very first Action Mesothelioma Day in Portsmouth, and since then HASAG have raised over £20,000 for research into asbestos illnesses.
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