Staying Hydrated

Staying Hydrated

Monday, September 12, 2016

Correct hydration is essential for everyone and as an athlete or cyclist you need to be extra sure that you keep the levels of electrolytes in your body carefully balanced. Read more

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Road Cycling for Beginners – Training & Safety First – Last – And Always!

Road Cycling for Beginners – Training & Safety First – Last – And Always!

Monday, September 05, 2016

If you’re just getting started on road cycling, here are some professional tips to help you get the most out of this great sports activity. Read more

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Pros and Cons of Different Types of Road Bike Frame

Pros and Cons of Different Types of Road Bike Frame

Monday, August 29, 2016

Road bikes should be strong, lightweight and long-lasting and you need to choose a type that suits your riding style, present ability level and your future goals!  Read more

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What Germs Can Lurk in the Swimming Pool?

What Germs Can Lurk in the Swimming Pool?

Monday, August 22, 2016

First of all, properly chlorinated swimming pool water does kill all the germs, but not instantly.  There are a few germs that can survive in chlorinated water for several hours to several days. Read more

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Training for Ocean Swimming – Stability & Stamina

Training for Ocean Swimming – Stability & Stamina

Monday, August 15, 2016

Stability

Small adjustments to your stroke make a huge difference to your performance in ocean swimming.  Aim for a wider arm stroke which uses the larger muscles in your upper back for added stability.   Read more

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Improving your Speed Up Hills – Key Strategies

Improving your Speed Up Hills – Key Strategies

Monday, August 08, 2016

Stage 1 – Foundation Strength Training Read more

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Running Technique – Good Habits Lead to Strong Wins!

Running Technique – Good Habits Lead to Strong Wins!

Monday, July 25, 2016

Alterations to your technique can give a big return on the amount of effort needed if you take care to practise them over time. Drills are important to learn each technique and get it right before you can use them all together as a smooth running action.  Read more

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How Frequently Should I Run?

How Frequently Should I Run?

Monday, July 11, 2016

The three basic variables of training are: –  Read more

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What is a Good Weight for Different Distances in Running?

Monday, July 04, 2016

For committed runners, weight is a fundamental part of your running efficiency. Both coaches and dieticians agree that too much body fat greatly lowers running performance, so the less excess body fat, the better your running performance.  Read more

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Freestyle Technique Basics

Freestyle Technique Basics

Monday, June 27, 2016

The fastest swimming stroke is front crawl and so whenever freestyle is officially allowed, professional swimmers choose front crawl. For this reason, professionals call front crawl freestyle and here’s how to develop an efficient freestyle technique: Read more

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