For triathletes competing in long or hot events, gut permeability is something well worth consideration
We’ve all heard about the health benefits of a good diet, but can it actually make you go faster in triathlon?
How to diagnose your own posture and how changing it can make you stronger and faster.
Triathlon hydration is incredibly important for a great race performance. Dr Ian Rollo of the Gatorade Sports Science Institue shows you how to test you sweat to optimise fluid intake.
Triathlon nutrition and especially pre-race nutrition often literally boils down to bowls of pasta and filling up on carbs, but could this actaully be slowing you down? We investigate a gluten-free triathlon diet.
Triathletes need to pay attention to their diet, says nutritionist to the pros and Triathlon Plus contributor Sally Pinnegar. See how many of these fuelling traps you fall into – your worst enemy might be on your plate.
Triathlon Plus/TriRadar columnist Steve Trew pinpoints the moment he ditched cake and beer for an athlete’s mentality.
Good hydration is the key to getting you home and dry on race day, says Dr Kevin Currell.
We’ve reviewed the best energy bars for triathlon to give you the verdict on nutrition in your next race
This energy drink won two awards in issue 27 of Triathlon Plus – find out why.
Getting your nutrition for triathlon right can be tricky: how do you eat enough to race fast, without gaining a ton? Kevin Currell from the English Institute of Sport, and a regular Triathlon Plus contributor, explains.
Lose weight the way the pros do, and get yourself in peak condition for preseason training.
Have you over-indulged this Christmas and New Year? We’ve got some excellent tips to lose the festive paunch in a sensible and healthy way.
Coaching editor Phil Mosley investigates whether your New Year’s resolution to lose weight will really help come summer
What exactly should be on the menu for the 24 hours either side of your Olympic-distance race? Follow our advice and you won’t go far wrong…
A new theory has triathletes seeing red, but you’ll need a strong stomach to test it out…
Nobody suggests that drinking to excess will improve your PB, but just how much does the occasional tipple affect your training?
Traditionally thought of as ‘the evil’ in the health and fitness world, sugars can actually be an athlete’s energy boosting best friend – provided they are taken properly…
To get the best out of your body, you have to put the best in, so make sure you include these simple staples in your diet…
The fact is, caffeine works. Although not all studies have shown the effects of caffeine on endurance performance, most well-conducted studies have shown an improved endurance capacity after ingesting caffeine at a dose of 3mg/kg to 9mg/kg, says leading sports nutritionist Dr Asker Jeukendrup…