A proper end of season break will likely prolong your triathlon career and keep you motivated in the long run, enabling you to perform better in the coming season and reach your potential. … More The end of season break
In this article I’ll go through why water isn’t the best liquid to rehydrate with. In addition I’ll look at whether you should have a drinking schedule or drink to thirst during training and racing, and how much you should be drinking. … More Hydration in training and racing
Guest blog by Coach Michael Hallas Heart rate training has been around for over 30 years now, but many of us still don’t fully understand it’s importance or use it correctly in our training. The heart is an amazing creation, but is in effect a muscle like any other and it’s function can be adapted. … More Running To Heart Rate
I’ve been doing a lot of strength work in my swimming of late. I can’t do speed – well, I try to but babybump drag means there isn’t much speed there now! However my main reason is that I try not to elevate my heart rate for too long so my sprints are limited to … More Band only swimming… love it, or (probably) hate it?
Everyone knows someone doing a keto/primal/high fat low carb diet, but is it the best way to lose weight or fuel your next race (in particular endurance events)? You might be looking at this from a fat loss, health, or performance perspective, but it largely all boils down to the same conclusions. Simply put, whatever … More Low carb high fat, or high carb low fat? Which is best? Is either best??
Finally, it’s race day. The day all your training has been leading up to. … More Top 10 – race day tips
No cooking skills required! Make your own energy balls… … More Tasty (energy) balls
For 6 years now I have been going to Majorca to train, and i’m not tired of it yet! … More Mallorca – a triathlete’s playground