5 Top tips for warming up from an Olympian
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It might not make you sweat as much as a top turbo session but being organised and scheduling the coming six months could be the key to your new PB. Words Phil Mosley, Images Getty for Ironman
Fiona continues her guide to training camps
We’ve picked the best of the training camps to get you motivated and in shape for race season. Words: Fiona Duffy
Lynne Cantwell of Six Physio explains which muscle-building exercises will boost your race times and keep you injury free.
Expert advice to help you increase your pace.
Combine speed work and technique training this winter and you will run faster and more efficiently, with fewer injuries.
With most would-be triathletes put off by the swim, Tri Surrey chairman Jonathan Wilden explains how to tackle the wild lakes of triathlon.
Guy Hainsworth explains the differences between road cyclists and triathletes when it comes to race-day gains.
Tri Surrey coach Martin Loxton-Beed explains the importance of core engagement and mastering body rotation while in the water.
It might not make you sweat as much as a top turbo session but being organised and scheduling the coming six months could be the key to your new PB. Words: Phile Mosley, Pictures: Getty for Ironman
Cardiff Triathletes coach Patrick Lees reveals his top tips for maximising your training.
Clinic director at Six Physio Fiona Troup explains why it’s time to reach for more than your toes.
Want a PB to go alongside the date change this New Year? Surrey Tri coaches Jolene Bull and Jonathan Wilden explain how.
Andrew Potter and Tim George explain why exhalation is the secret to a successful and speedy swim, whether in training or on race day.
Striking a training balance is the key to continued improvement, says Tim George
If you are looking to add power to your race, now is the time to start working out differently. Here’s how. Words: Michele Beltramo Images: Rosie Hallam.
We continue our off-season training with Clapham Chasers‘ coach, Tim George.
Knowing where you’re at is the trick to further improvement over the winter, says Clapham Chasers’ coach, Tim George.
Triathletes who can hold their own on hill climbs often find they struggle on the flat. Dan Holmes of Clapham Chasers explains how to boost your bike leg.
Tobina Wilson, clinic director at Six Physio, explains why mobility is important for triathletes and how you can improve your levels.
Top tips from personal trainer Zanna Van Dijk
If you dream of going longer, Brighton head coach and ZigZag Alive founder Mike Porteous is here to pass on his expert advice.