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  • Win A Place At The 2018 Croyde Ocean Triathlon

    Win A Place At The 2018 Croyde Ocean Triathlon

    17th January 2018

    Based at the beautiful, award-winning Putsborough Sands for the fourth year, the Croyde Ocean Triathlon takes in some of the South West’s most stunning scenery. The race is slightly different to a standard Olympic distance triathlon. Whilst the sea swim…

  • How To Warm Up Before Running In Winter

    How To Warm Up Before Running In Winter

    29th December 2017

    Warm up before running over winter to avoid triathlon injuries sneaking up on you in the cold It’s freezing, it’s dark, you’re off for a run and you haven’t even warmed up properly. How are your poor muscles ever going…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Chocolate Banana Bread From The Coconut Company

    Chocolate Banana Bread From The Coconut Company

    23rd October 2017

    Coconut water and oil may have shot to nutritional stardom over the last few years, but if you’re looking for a low calorie protein boost, coconut flour could be just the thing. It contains 22g of protein per 100g of…

  • Five Tips for Swimrun

    Five Tips for Swimrun

    7th October 2017

    Choose your race wisely Start off with a short distance race such as an OtillO Sprint, then build up longer races. Most range from 25km to 50km. Be realistic about your fitness and ability, Swimrun is a challenging sport but…

  • The New & Improved Outdoor Fitness Magazine Is Out Today

    The New & Improved Outdoor Fitness Magazine Is Out Today

    6th October 2017

    Q: What about triathlon? Amy Curtis, Editor: There is a dedicated section aimed at triathletes, including monthly advice for beginners, training ideas for swimming, cycling and running, plus in-depth kit reviews. We have a great team (who all compete in…

  • Maintaining Good Mental Health In Training

    Maintaining Good Mental Health In Training

    29th September 2017

    Our mental health needs to be taken care of as much as our physical, but can often be neglected, supposedly in favor of productivity and achievement. In fact, nourishing and sustaining all round health is what keeps us fit and…

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

    Top Tips: What Cyclists Should and Shouldn’t Eat

    28th September 2017

    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…

  • 1,400 Miles of Pain: 10 Ironman Triathlons in 10 Days

    1,400 Miles of Pain: 10 Ironman Triathlons in 10 Days

    23rd September 2017

    An athlete hopes to make history by attempting to join an elite band of just 87 people around the world who have completed the ultimate endurance challenge of 10 Ironman triathlons in 10 days. Simon Bayman, who lives in Knebworth,…