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  • Overnight Oats To Fuel Morning Running

    Overnight Oats To Fuel Morning Running

    20th September 2017

    Meridian Foods overnight cardamom & coconut oats with chia jam Ingredients: For the jam: 500g red fruits, fresh or frozen 4-5 tbsp Meridian maple syrup, to taste 3 tbsp chia seeds 1 tsp lemon juice For the Oats: 5 tbsp rolled…

  • Incorporating Trail Running Into Your Tri Training Regime

    Incorporating Trail Running Into Your Tri Training Regime

    18th September 2017

    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…

  • Recipe: Super Lean Tuna Burgers

    Recipe: Super Lean Tuna Burgers

    17th September 2017

    Eating healthily doesn’t have to be complicated, explains Gill Cummings-Bell… You have to be careful with the farming and canning of tuna so try to choose mercury free and organic if possible. Tuna has a high vitamin and mineral content, particularly when it comes to…

  • The Triathlete’s Guide to Yoga

    The Triathlete’s Guide to Yoga

    15th September 2017

    How do you relax after a cycling session? A hot bath? An ice bath? Or do you just collapse into bed? Yoga has been practiced for thousands of years, but it is not the sole preserve of extremely flexible people…

  • Advice for Morning Training: What To Eat

    Advice for Morning Training: What To Eat

    11th September 2017

    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.

  • Four Recovery Mistakes To Never Make Again

    Four Recovery Mistakes To Never Make Again

    9th September 2017

    Post-workout recovery is just as important as your actual workout. Recovery is where you reap the benefits of your efforts, allowing your muscles to repair and grow. A successful recovery process also helps you prevent injury, so you can continue…

  • Triathlete’s Favourite: Chocolate Praline Protein Balls Recipe

    Triathlete’s Favourite: Chocolate Praline Protein Balls Recipe

    8th September 2017

    We have an exclusive recipe from Danny Webber, Performance Nutritionist at Nutrition X, for Chocolate Praline Protein Balls ~ aka protein-packed Ferrero Rocher! Ingredients: Cashew Nut Butter (16g) Cashew Nuts, Kernal Only, Plain (40g) Dark Chocolate, 70-84% Cocoa (75g) Hazelnuts,…

  • Don’t Just Swim in Circles

    Don’t Just Swim in Circles

    7th September 2017

    Without the structure of a 25m pool or tri coach, it’s easy for your stroke to stagnate. Follow these three drills from Berkshire Tri Club Coach, Ian Lee-Emery, to keep your open-water training focused. Images Rosie Hallam   INTERVALS Alternate…

  • Perfect Your Gait

    Perfect Your Gait

    4th September 2017

    Combine speed work and technique training this winter and you will run faster and more efficiently, with fewer injuries.