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  • 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…

  • Surgery Didn’t Stop Me Getting To The Start Line

    Surgery Didn’t Stop Me Getting To The Start Line

    5th September 2017

    Four open heart surgeries nearly killed Nick Green but his dedication to triathlon helped save his life and boost his recovery. Words: Fiona Duffy Photos: London Triathlon/Marathon photos

  • 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.

  • Cranberry & Pumpkin Seed Flapjack

    Cranberry & Pumpkin Seed Flapjack

    3rd September 2017

    Recipe by ROS Nutrition This delicious snack contains low GI carbohydrate, lots of healthy fats and is high in protein. It is perfect for when you are on the go and in need of some good nutrition or as a…

  • The Importance Of Active And Passive Recovery

    The Importance Of Active And Passive Recovery

    1st September 2017

    Put your feet up or keep the ticker ticking? Garth Fox shows you the right road to recovery. Training does not make us fitter. We get fitter through recovering from training. I believe most triathletes train too hard, too often…

  • Hill Climbing Made Easy

    Hill Climbing Made Easy

    28th August 2017

    Will sitting or standing generate the most power when cycling up a hill? We investigate… It’s something we’ve all asked ourselves at the foot of yet another seemingly endless climb – should we sit or should we stand-up? And yet…