Elite athletes have long sworn by rubdowns to aid recovery and help them feel fresh the day after intense training or a race. It's not likely that we need another reason to have a post-exercise massage, but researchers from Ohio State University in the US have given us one. In a ...
Triathletes tend to eat healthily, but some of you may find that you can't shed those final couple of kilos that keep you from your goal weight. They're typically the toughest to lose because you've already adopted healthy eating habits, and the process is made more difficult bec...
It's a familiar story: you return to training after injury aiming to be faster and stronger than before. Then reality kicks in as your decreased fitness becomes apparent. You begin to wonder if you'll ever be able to repeat your pre
from £200-£5000 on a road bike, although something in the £400-£800 range will give you a good entry point into lightweight road-racing bikes. You don't necessarily have to buy a road bike (although if you are planning to race in a triathlon
of your time. With a bit of planning - bringing a packed lunch will help you beat the clock - and armed with these training ideas from three of Britain's top triathlon coaches, you'll be able to turn your lunch break into a productive part of your training
It's training day and you've planned a 10K after work; that means you need a decent lunch to keep you going. Scanning the various options at your local café you opt for a large plate of carbohydrate-packed pasta, no added cheese. The perfect meal, you might think, but not so, acc...
2000. He also represented Great Britain in eight duathlon and triathlon age-group World Championships, and came seventh in the 2006 World Duathlon Championships.These plans assume a good level of fitness and a determination to persevere even when
© Getty ImagesGoing for gold on the track comes easily to the British cycling team. If their exploits on two wheels have inspired you, try this four-week training plan to compliment your running. The bike sessions will enhance your cardiovascular system to deliver oxygen more eff...
With one week left until my running leg of the Hyde Park Triathlon, I visited Bupa's London branch for a fitness assessment. The aim? To find out if I've got the potential to run a sub 20-minute 5K at my current level of fitness and if not, then how
The ITU Dextro Energy Hyde Park Triathlon crept up on me. No sooner had I started training than I found myself in the grand stand at Hyde Park watching Helen Jenkins romp home to victory, a few hours before the relay teams would set off.This was my
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