Following on from the success of our running specific TRX session with UK master trainer Elizabeth Banks, we asked if we could go back and do a similar thing but with triathletes in mind and thankfully she said yes. With the triathlon season very
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If you're scratching your head over what to buy the triathlete in your life - or looking for a wish list to give family and friends - then we're here to help with our edit of the year's latest cycling, swimming and running gifts.Image credit: Tooga
Ever wondered what the average triathlete looks like on paper? A recent survey released by The Triathlon Industry Association has revealed some intriguing facts and figures including a correlation between the time spent dedicated to the sport
:Protein and calciumInclude dairy products and/or eggs in your diet and you're unlikely to be protein deficient, but since triathletes require slightly more protein than less active people, it's worth taking extra care that your diet contains protein.Research shows
padding on the bike without chafe or bulkiness on the run. Designed to be quick drying, anti-chaffing and well insulated, they are a must buy for all triathletes.Why: For a smooth transition stage and maximum comfort, ease and efficiency in the run
’ll have the stamina, base cardiovascular fitness and robust musculoskeletal system a triathlete needs. The better news? It is possible to master two new sports without breaking the bank, or overfilling your training diary. Here’s how. Conquer the swim
such as SIS Go.But Fiona Moorehead-Lane, a level two British Triathlon Federation (BTF) coach and founder of triathloneurope.com, believes most triathletes can get the correct nutrition by using real foods and water. Make your own isotonic drink by combining
British Triathlete Chris Bartlett was presented with an unusual prize upon winning ‘I Carrera Ciclista del Cochinillo’ in southern Spain: a live piglet.We’ve heard of unusual prizes, but this pre-Christmas award tips the wacky scales. The Ipswich
This year we followed four Olympic-distance newcomers as they trained for the Virgin Active London Triathlon, using TW's 10 Week Olympic Training Schedule. Now we can reveal how they fared on the big day and whether or not they acheived their race goals. If you're thinking of tak...
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