Tag: recovery

26 October, 2017
Time out from training: why an off-season break is good for performance success
Are you someone who has an iron-will all year round without taking a proper break from structured training? Learning to know when to take a break and for how long, is key, before it damages your performance. Particularly if you’re… Read More
Callum Hawkins 28 July, 2017
What is it like to prepare for a World Championship Marathon?
With the IAAF Athletics World Championship taking place in August, we asked Great Britain middle-distance runner, Olympian and HIGH5 athlete, Callum Hawkins  about his recent training in preparation for the World Championships Marathon on Sunday 6th August. March saw me… Read More
27 March, 2017
Tips for multi day cycling events
The physical demands of any multi-day cycling event are extreme, let alone one that takes 9 days and 969 miles to complete. The Deloitte Ride Across Britain is an iconic must-do event for anyone serious about cycling. There’s just something… Read More
20 March, 2017
The secret ingredient for your marathon training
How important is it to rest during high mileage weeks leading up to a race such as the London Marathon? The answer is, yes you’ve guessed it, VERY important! In fact, it could be argued that it is just as… Read More
Protein Recovery Smoothie 13 March, 2017
Five delicious Protein Recovery smoothies
Fast recovery is vital to reaching and maintaining a high level of fitness. The body recovers at the greatest rate during a two hour window immediately after exercise, but only if you provide it with the vital nutrients it needs.… Read More
18 November, 2016
Tips on becoming a better mountain biker
Looking to improve your off road skills? We asked Jurgens Uys of Kargo Pro MTB team for his tips on the best way to quickly develop the techniques you are going to need to light up the trails.  Technical single… Read More
9 November, 2016
Nutrition tips to get you through the winter
With the cold frosts and shorter days setting in, a lot of us need that little bit of extra motivation to get out there and train. Winter training is the time where we can all work on our weaknesses to… Read More
18 October, 2016
What do you eat and drink if you swim for 26 hours?
On August 30th at 0727 Scott Dawson jumped into the Solent just off Seaview, touched the red can and set off on an epic swim attempting to circumnavigate the Isle of Wight non-stop. On August the 31st at 0923, he… Read More