Part of my cross training involves getting out on the mountain bike. It’s great cardio training as well as being fun. Variety is definitely the key to maintain motivation and prevent boredom when doing heavy workload training programs.
“…a watch that could do it all, and the Garmin Fenix 3 ticked all the boxes. Looking like a normal watch but also with the ability to track basically everything. With swim, bike, run and everyday capabilities (step counts, sleep tracking etc).”
It doesn’t take a genius to know that you’ve got to stay hydrated whilst out on the bike, but just how important is it to get your fluid intake right? Probably more than you might think.
Cycling is a fantastic way to enjoy the outdoors… when you have the right equipment. Often, those starting out will allocate the majority of hard earned cash to the bicycle itself. If you are on a budget, make sure you allocate enough funds to those often forgotten items, which will make your ride all the more enjoyable.
Overheating can be a big issue and can result in poor performance, or worse a DNF. To ensure your body temperature is kept as low as possible, try these simple tips: Hydrate […]
So you are thinking of doing a triathlon, but don’t know where to start? Anyone can do a triathlon, all you need is a pair of goggles, a bicycle + helmet and some running shoes to get started
Pilates and yoga provide a good basis for building strength, controlled movement and flexibility, whilst high intensity cross fit and PT sessions develop speed, power and co-ordination.
I’ve always ridden in triathlon shoes, but my new Shimano TR900 Triathlon Shoes have taken comfort to a whole new level, and despite only riding in them a handful of times so far, I’m very impressed.
Riding is something that should be enjoyed… hang on what are we talking about again? Oh right, what tyres you should use. With a seemingly endless selection of road tyres on the […]
Whether we like it or not, unfortunately even the road cyclists, track cyclists and triathletes among us are required to have a bell attached to our bike- that is unless you want to be slapped with an excessive fine