Once treasured by ancient warriors for their strength-boosting powers, seeds are full of essential nutrients often lacking in our daily diets. Make these five more than a decorative salad garnish. Most of them are available in supermarkets; all of them are easily found in health ...
Adidas Adizero Adios 2 Men's Running Shoes (SS12), £85.00Kerry says: Tis the season for 5 and 10K races and the need for speed is upon us.I’ve chosen this minimalist shoe as it is the (self-proclaimed) world’s fastest flat racing shoe and has been
the newsletters to our excellent 10-week training schedules for sprint- and Olympic-distance races. We’ve also given each newsletter a theme to get you up to speed on every aspect of triathlon training in time for race day.The first newsletter will kick off
sport-specific muscular firing pattern. By building these two elements together you gain speed through increased power, efficiency and muscular endurance, and reduce your chances of injury. Strength-building workouts are relatively simple to do and have
integrate repetition/interval work into your training, or even better, a mix of tempo and interval work. For example, 10 minutes tempo, then five-six x 800 at half PB speed, followed by a short recovery. Finish with another block of tempo work. You should
thing breaststroke.The cycle wasn’t too bad. Beautiful countryside, not too tiring… Hang on, that’s a hill. And another one. And another... I eventually sussed out which gear I needed to be in and the tactic of bombing it to gain speed before the climbs
' sources, selecting lean proteins, low glycemic (wholegrain) carbohydrates, healthy fats and lots of fruit and vegetables. There is evidence to suggest that eating a wholefood rich diet speeds the recovery process by reducing the inflammatory effect
Ed Moses (see ‘The Greatest on Greene’, opposite), constantly learning. Let him loose on the topic of the 400m hurdles and he unleashes a blizzard of tactical options and statistical probabilities, his usually calm, measured speech picking up speed
-read 'what went wrong' article.Target Your Peak Performance with our guide on when to push forward with a tactical burst of speed.Pefect your pacing with a little pre-race planning.Beat pre-race nerves with five tried-and-tested strategies.Don't let cramp
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