Training

  • How Can Pilates Improve Your Cycling?

    How Can Pilates Improve Your Cycling?

    7th November 2018

    Pilates expert Paola Langella of Shapes Studio and Core Collective explains Paola believes that Pilates is a miracle for the body and the mind. The practice can exercise every muscle in the body and will help build core strength as…

  • Plank Variation 2: Elbows On Stability Ball

    Plank Variation 2: Elbows On Stability Ball

    5th November 2018

    Target Muscle/s: Erector spinae, obliques, rectus abdominis, transverse abdominis Sets & Reps: Static: 30 seconds. Dynamic: 12-15 reps Tempo: Static & Dynamic Frequency: Include in your two strength sessions a week The ‘plank’ is an extremely popular exercise amongst runners,…

  • Biokinetics: The Next Big Thing In Sports Therapy

    Biokinetics: The Next Big Thing In Sports Therapy

    24th June 2018

    A new trend in sports therapy is sweeping the nation! Biokinetics began as a huge helping hand with South African rugby teams and is now available for the first time ever in the UK. Kate Hayes from the prestigious Ultra…

  • Zwift Releases New Flexible Training Plans

    Zwift Releases New Flexible Training Plans

    19th June 2018

    Zwift has  announced the release of its newest training feature, a substantial collection of flexible training plans for both running and cycling that allow Zwifters to train and improve while balancing the needs of a busy life. Zwift Training Plans,…

  • 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

    21st March 2018

    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…

  • Xtreme Triathlon Camp

    Xtreme Triathlon Camp

    27th February 2018

    Celtman is truly a race like no other, requiring an unrivalled level of preparation. An immensely daunting physical challenge combines with a course set in some of the planet’s most stunning yet challenging terrain. If ever an event need a…

  • Supporting A Healthy Triathlon Diet

    Supporting A Healthy Triathlon Diet

    23rd February 2018

    Training for a triathlon is tough. You’ll be running, swimming and cycling multiple times every week and constantly pushing your limits. Doing this requires a lot of fuel. If you really want to be successful, then you’ll need a carefully…

  • Is Knee Pain Stopping You From Getting Out & About?

    Is Knee Pain Stopping You From Getting Out & About?

    21st February 2018 1 Comment

    It’s quite common to sustain a knee injury if you’re a runner or recreational sportsperson. Injuring your knee can also be very frustrating, especially if it stops you from being able to go out and do what you enjoy. Whether…

  • Heart Rate Confusion

    Heart Rate Confusion

    8th February 2018

    We look at the heart rate how to work out your training zone with fitness expert, Matt Hart… Q. Using my Garmin heart rate monitor, it has shown that I can reach a maximum HR of 193 and an average overnight HR…