1. The BurpeeWhy?The burpee is the ultimate exercise for your chest, arms, front of shoulders, thighs and and abdominals - if you only have five minutes to spare, then this is the exercise to give you total body conditioning. Your bodyweight provides plenty of resistance for a wo...
Some of Britain's favourite athletes will be missing out on the Commonwealth Games in Delhi. If you can't get enough of Jessica Ennis, Mo Farah, Lisa Dobriskey or Martyn Rooney, it looks like you'll just have to wait until next season.The good news is that with Britain's depth of...
When survival depends on personal fitness, it is imperative that the British military personnel are kept at their physical peak. Running plays a big part in army aerobic training, and interval training is key in keeping our troops combat-ready.There's certainly no slacking when i...
The cycling gods via Genesis Bikes have answered my prayers. This week I took delivery of my new and frankly beautiful Genesis Equilibrium 10.The Equilibrum 10 was Genesis' top-of-the-range road bike in 2010. This great all-rounder proves steel
, focus on keeping your head upright. Imagine yourself as a puppet, with a piece of thread pulling upwards from the top of your head. Looking straight ahead rather than down at the ground will also improve your posture.Foot striking perfection
On the day that top British triathlete Helen Jenkins secured her London 2012 qualification slot with an inspiring win in the Dextro Energy Triathlon London, another team got ready to take on the Hyde Park course: The TW Relay Team.As the watch hands
can imagine - then chuck in some more cobbles on top.BenefitsPreliminary research suggests the vibrations increase muscular activity in the legs (quadriceps, hamstrings and glutes) up to 167 per cent more than cycling on a regular stationary bike
Sports Science Institute. Every elite athlete will go through this process and now it was time for this amateur's turn. The science behind the test is to discover how much water, minerals and electrolytes you lose when you train, so you can top up levels
, unfailingly articulate and looking more like Britain's Next Top Model contestants than athletes used to hard work and sweat, these six are the next generation of British sporting talent. Their achievements - on and off the track - are thanks in no small part
large pile guilt free - plus they keep your body nicely topped up with vitamins and minerals.Consider eating several smaller meals throughout the day to control your hunger and balance your blood glucose levels. Desi R adjusted her attitude to her
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