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  • Avoid Colds This Winter

    Avoid Colds This Winter

    27th December 2017

    Dr Tamsin Lewis gives us the low-down on how to avoid colds this winter. We’ve all been there. You wake up, feeling a bit groggy. Then the headache kicks in, your nose starts running and your muscles ache. Not only…

  • Recipe: Super Lean Tuna Burgers

    Recipe: Super Lean Tuna Burgers

    26th December 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…

  • Don’t Forget About Hydration During Winter Training

    Don’t Forget About Hydration During Winter Training

    24th December 2017

    Written by Andy Blow Hydration is a hot topic every summer, when the warmer weather leads to increases in sweat rates which can make it tough to stay hydrated. However, because we train indoors more when it gets cooler, wear…

  • Gingerbread Man Shaped Oatmeal Cookies

    Gingerbread Man Shaped Oatmeal Cookies

    15th December 2017

    Recipe for Gingerbread man shaped oatmeal cookies made with coconut protein powder Brace your elves, we have a Christmas themed recipe for you to try at home! It’s a quick and easy recipe, and protein-packed for added goodness. This gingerbread…

  • Triathlon Training Tips To Stay Fit During Winter

    Triathlon Training Tips To Stay Fit During Winter

    13th December 2017

    The two new ‘Sprint with the Pros’ ambassadors, Emma Pallant and Stuart Hayes, share their top tips for triathlon training during the winter season ahead of the Royal Windsor Triathlon on Sunday 17th June 2018.   “Winter is the perfect…

  • How To Survive Winter Training

    How To Survive Winter Training

    6th December 2017

    If there’s one thing most triathletes can agree upon, it’s that winter training is the worst. Endless hours on the turbo, frozen fingers, and icy runs are all part of the fun each year. Here’s how to survive winter training…

  • Preventing and Treating Shin Splints

    Preventing and Treating Shin Splints

    4th December 2017

    Simply Feet’s guide to preventing a common affliction Shin splints, otherwise known as medial tibial stress syndrome, often affects runners and triathletes. This can cause problems to your training routine, and the pain may made worse during a run, so it’s…

  • Triathlete’s Protein Packed Recipe: Lamb Tagine

    Triathlete’s Protein Packed Recipe: Lamb Tagine

    20th November 2017

    Exercise and nutrition scientist Gill Cummings-Bell explains how this tasty lamb tagine dish packs a mighty protein punch… Nutritional info on the lovely lamb tagine: Lamb is a grade one protein, which means all the nine essential amino acids are there in…

  • Boost Your Indoor Intensity

    Boost Your Indoor Intensity

    8th November 2017

    Cardiff Triathletes’ Claire Manson encourages you to embrace the great indoors this winter.

  • Forth Edge Launches New Biomarker Packages

    Forth Edge Launches New Biomarker Packages

    6th November 2017

    Biomarker testing and tracking experts Forth Edge launched back in July, and since then the business has been going from strength-to-strength; with the recruitment of several high profile ambassadors and positive reviews from the media and athletes alike. An innovative…