of the fastest growing sports in the world and so it welcomes young participants. All Tri Together events now cater for those aged 8 and over so all the family can get involved.Getting started…If this is your first triathlon, getting started with your training
is the average amount spent on a bike• £45,000 is the average triathlete’s salary• 2.6 people in the average triathlete’s household • 5-10 hours a week average triathlon training over the winter• 1 in 5 travelled overseas in 2012• 1/3 expected to increase
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
to keep training gadgets safe, cycle helmet sleeve, and our personal favourite: an expandable base that holds all your wet stuff and keeps it away from your dry stuff - it even fits a wetsuit!Made from durable, flexible and strong material, the range comes
Ingredients (serves 4)• 2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts• 150g white rice • I litre reduced-sodium chicken stock• 1 tbsp lemon zest strips• 1 cinnamon stick (about 7cm long)• 1 bay leaf• 2 large eggs• 2 large egg yolks• 2 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice• ¼ tsp cayenne peppe...
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
The days are getting longer, the sun's starting to shine and daffodils are springing alive: it can only mean one thing - spring is ahoy. If the spring air is making lacing-up a little more appealing, then why not crank your training up a gear
race, choose a breathing pattern that feels natural, but practise breathing on both sides in training to discipline yourself and balance your stroke.HOW? Breathe every three or five strokes so you are breathing on alternate sides. It may feel unnatural
to add swim drills to your session.Swim drills are great for improving swim technique because they isolate areas of the stroke that may be deficient or imbalanced. Coaches prescribe drills to their swimmers for this reason and to add variety to training
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