Video: Non Stanford’s top tips on swimming with an arm injury
How to use moderate training to boost immunity and reduce the risk of catching colds and viruses
Beat cramp with a new research-tested trick – or old-fashioned hard work, says Alex Hutchinson
Wearing unsupportive shoes puts you at risk of injury, says Dr Tamsin Lewis – even when you’re not training or racing
Expert Richard Smith gives us the low-down on how to stay injury free this season
Triathlon injuries can be hard to fathom. We all have the odd twinge, but how do we know if it’s something or nothing?
Physiotherapist to the Brownlees, Emma Deakin shares some foam roller massage moves for running injury prevention
Our A to Z guide to triathlon injury and illness collated from Triathlon Plus magazine
Pro Triathlete Vanessa Raw tells you how to come back strong after triathlon injuries.
Put your feet up or keep the ticker ticking? Triathlon Plus/TriRadar columnist Garth Fox shows you the right road to recovery
Triathlon Plus/TriRadar columnist Steve Trew surveys the toll of triathlon on his body and finds it was all worthwhile.
The impact of running can lead to breaks. Find out how to prevent them.
More than 1 in 10 running injuries are caused by this problem, so learn how to avoid it.
Tap into your body’s optimum rest and repair times and you’ll be ready to go again in a heartbeat.
Warm up before running over winter to avoid triathlon injuries sneaking up on you in the cold
Avoid triathlon injuries this winter with this advice from physiotherapist Barry Edwards
Avoid one of running’s most awkward and persistent injuries by following our preventative steps.
Saddle soreness discomfort is common for triathletes, but there are ways of treating it. Read on to sooth your saddle woes!
Keep your ears safe from this common infection…
Avoid one of sport’s most common injuries – muscle strains…
Commonly known as dizziness, it can strike unexpectedly after your swim – so make sure you fight it…
If you’re training in a hot country or racing somewhere warm, keeping heatstroke at bay is crucial…