running

  • Incorporating Trail Running Into Your Tri Training Regime

    Incorporating Trail Running Into Your Tri Training Regime

    24th August 2016

    Written by Dan Chabert   Triathlon can easily and quickly become a complicated sport, with all the gear and the requisite number of training hours you should post before competing, but at their core, the sports that comprise triathlon are…

  • A TRAINING PLATFORM WHICH ADAPTS TO YOUR LIFESTYLE

    A TRAINING PLATFORM WHICH ADAPTS TO YOUR LIFESTYLE

    26th May 2016

    Mbition, the smartest adaptive training app on the market, is a new personalised training platform which helps runners of all abilities achieve their personal goal. It is designed to help runners overcome the many barriers that stand in the way…

  • The 2016 SCOTT Snowdonia Trail Marathon Close to Selling Out.

    The 2016 SCOTT Snowdonia Trail Marathon Close to Selling Out.

    1st April 2016

    The SCOTT Snowdonia Trail Marathon 2016 is close to selling out, with anyone thinking of entering encouraged to sign up as soon as possible. The marathon now has less than 200 spaces left for this year. The SCOTT Snowdonia Trail…

  • Surgery didn’t stop me getting to the start line

    Surgery didn’t stop me getting to the start line

    3rd March 2016

    Four open heart surgeries nearly killed Nick Green but his dedication to triathlon helped save his life and boost his recovery. Words: Fiona Duffy Photos: London Triathlon/Marathon photos

  • Get rid of shin splints

    Get rid of shin splints

    2nd March 2016

    Jon Grayson of Six Physio explains how to get running again if you’re struggling with lower leg pain.

  • Advice for Morning Training: What to eat

    Advice for Morning Training: What to eat

    1st March 2016

    Training in the morning is the only way that many athletes can fit workouts into their day and therefore knowing what to eat and how to fuel your body is very important. What you should eat will depend on the type of training you plan on doing.