Triathlon Training

  • Should you just stick with real food to fuel your race?

    Should you just stick with real food to fuel your race?

    25th May 2016

    Written by Andy Blow   If you’ve ever wondered whether sports nutrition products are actually any more effective than ‘normal foods’ at sustaining exercise performance, you’re definitely not alone.     After all, until Gatorade came along in the early…

  • Sevenhills Wholefoods

    Sevenhills Wholefoods

    4th May 2016

    It’s all well and good knowing you should be eating chia seeds, hemp powder and cacao nibs but where on earth are you going to find them if your local supermarket doesn’t stock anything more exotic than wholemeal bread? Which…

  • Kickstart your recovery with WellbriX

    Kickstart your recovery with WellbriX

    30th April 2016

    WellbriX is a portable deep tissue trigger point massage which aims to keep you supple and injury free. Written by: Dr Caroline Keddie, founder of WellbriX Repetitive actions in any form cause muscles to tighten overtime by forming knot like…

  • 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.

  • Ride faster with a power meter

    Ride faster with a power meter

    24th February 2016

    Knowing your output can help you train and race smarter, and you don’t need to bankrupt yourself in the process.

  • Boost your indoor intensity

    Boost your indoor intensity

    11th February 2016

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