Triathlon Training

  • Cervelo launches ‘Personal Best’ P5X

    Cervelo launches ‘Personal Best’ P5X

    4th October 2016

    Cervélo Cycles has unveiled the P5X, which claims to be ‘the fastest, most technologically advanced triathlon bike ever made’. The unique needs of every triathlete, whether training, racing or travelling, have been at the front and centre of their design…

  • Don’t Forget About Hydration During Winter Training

    Don’t Forget About Hydration During Winter Training

    4th October 2016

    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…

  • 3 Natural Protein Shake Recipes That Deliver

    3 Natural Protein Shake Recipes That Deliver

    15th September 2016

      As the building blocks of the body, you’ll need protein if you’re to build muscle. To repair and rebuild muscle after your workout, your diet should have a minimum of 0.8 grams of protein for every kilogram of body…

  • 11 Ways To Run Faster Off The Bike

    11 Ways To Run Faster Off The Bike

    12th September 2016

      Mikael Eriksson of Scientific Triathlon explains how you can train and race to run faster off the bike in your next triathlon.     I’m sure you’ve had several “my legs aren’t working” experiences when running out of T2…

  • Top Tips: What Cyclists Should and Shouldn’t Eat

    Top Tips: What Cyclists Should and Shouldn’t Eat

    10th September 2016

    A survey conducted by Merlin Cycles has shown that 49% of cyclists said they ‘would steer well clear of carbs’ in order to lose weight. Interestingly, the 18 to 24-year-old group were the LEAST likely to eradicate carbs from their diet…

  • On the head or down the hatch?

    On the head or down the hatch?

    26th August 2016

    Written by Andy Blow Is it best to drink water or dump it on yourself to stay cool in hot weather?     As anyone nominated to do the ‘ice bucket challenge’ a while back knows well, dumping a load…

  • 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…

  • Coping with the cold

    Coping with the cold

    8th August 2016

      For many of those taking on the challenge of Braveheart, the cold water swim is an area of concern – but if you’re prepared you can make sure that you start the race well. The last thing you want…

  • GOAL SETTING | HOW TO ACHIEVE YOURS

    GOAL SETTING | HOW TO ACHIEVE YOURS

    4th August 2016

    Written by Performance Nutritionist Danny Webber; one of the expert team at Informed-Sport approved sports nutrition brand Nutrition X.   Goal setting is a vital part of every athlete’s training plan and overall performance outcome. Goal setting varies from athlete to…

  • Human Race and Fit HQ cook up new partnership

    Human Race and Fit HQ cook up new partnership

    3rd August 2016

    Fitness food brand Fit HQ are working with Human Race to provide the thousands of amateur athletes who take part in their events with stress-free fresh, healthy and nutritious food. The new partnership will allow those taking part in any…