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  • 5 things we learnt from Lizzy Hawker, ultra runner

    5 things we learnt from Lizzy Hawker, ultra runner

    27th May 2015

    No one is more qualified to impart knowledge on running than Lizzy Hawker… Lizzy Hawker is an endurance athlete with a special talent for running in the mountains. She is a five-time winner of the Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc, was…

  • Time trials

    Time trials

    7th May 2015

    If you’re a sportive rider, aspiring road racer or a triathlete, time trials (TTs) are a great test of fitness, pacing and mental toughness. But don’t be put off by the serious racers in skin-suits, aero helmets and their disc wheeled stealth…

  • 10 TT tips from Chris Boardman

    10 TT tips from Chris Boardman

    7th May 2015

    Along with an Olympic Gold medal, hour records and World titles on the track, Chris Boardman still also has the fastest recorded Tour de France prologue, 55.15kph in 1994, and five consecutive National 25-mile time trial wins on his Palmarès. For racing against the clock, his…

  • 5 things we learnt from Prof. Greg Whyte, sports scientist

    5 things we learnt from Prof. Greg Whyte, sports scientist

    28th April 2015

    An internationally recognised expert in physiology, sports and exercise performance, professor Greg Whyte has coached celebrities to achieve extraordinary challenges for Comic Relief and Sport Relief. What do the comedians David Walliams’ Channel swim, Eddie Izzard’s 43 marathons in 51 days and John Bishop’s…

  • Cycle Power: Chris Hoy’s Top 5 Exercises

    Cycle Power: Chris Hoy’s Top 5 Exercises

    10th April 2015

    Britain’s superstar cyclist, Sir Chris Hoy describes his top five exercises that will help cyclists, build strength, dodge injury and power up their performance. Watch out you’ll build some thighs! Hoy believes regular conditioning exercises are the best way for…

  • 24 hour MTB people!

    24 hour MTB people!

    1st April 2015

    You could spend your day with your feet up watching telly, or even if you are active, getting in a nice easy cycle to keep your fitness up …. or you could survive fatigue, a crash, make friends with like-minded…

  • 24 Hour MTB Racing Tips

    24 Hour MTB Racing Tips

    1st April 2015

    If you fancy the challenge of a 24-hour MTB race then be sure to soak up the knowledge with these essential 24 hour MTB racing tips… Nutrition is Key You need to develop the belief that staying power primarily comes…

  • 10K training plan: 8 weeks to a new PB

    10K training plan: 8 weeks to a new PB

    16th March 2015

    Check out this 10K training plan, adapted from Jo Pavey’s own training methods, to get you to your new PB… This eight-week training plan is adapted from Jo Pavey’s own training methods by Richard Brennan, a Human Race fitness expert…

  • 5 things we learnt from Olympic skeleton racer, Amy Williams

    5 things we learnt from Olympic skeleton racer, Amy Williams

    13th March 2015

    Amy Williams won Olympic gold for Great Britain at the Vancouver Games in 2010, this country’s only medal, and the first by a British woman for 58 years… As a student in 2002, Amy tried out the newly-installed bobsleigh and skeleton…

  • Scared of a DNF? Here’s how to power to the finish line

    Scared of a DNF? Here’s how to power to the finish line

    4th March 2015

    A DNF can leave you broken and demoralised. So how do you bounce back, and more importantly, avoid one? It’s all about level-headed risk management, say leading international experts. Discover their top tips for powering to the finish line. “Whether…