You swim, you run, you cycle and you workout at the gym: rather than packing multiple bags, why not just pack one? That’s the idea behind Ogio’s all in one range, ideal for triathletes.Originally a producer of high quality and innovative golfing apparel, Ogio has stepped into the...
Finis SwimSense is a swimming watch that counts laps, monitors stroke rate and stroke count, calculates SWOLF efficiency and includes the ability to upload to a personal online training plan.Using the same technology used in Smart phones to detect movement, it senses when you get...
Triathlons are a daunting feat for newbies. Not only do you have to attempt to master three disciplines, but before you can begin there is a rather troubling shopping list that's enough to make your bank manager cry. What’s more, the almighty array
Looking for a thrilling new challenge, a fat-stripping workout or just an excuse to buy a ton of new kit? Then ‘tri’ out the UK’s fastest growing sport. Triathlon England says its membership base has shot up by more than 200 per cent in the last 10
that it doesn’t rub, sweat or slide off, either – my feet endured 20 miles of hard trail running, including numerous immersions in water, and came out unscathed. I’ll be giving it a try in my next triathlon on a sock-free run – my only worry is that my feet may
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