Monthly Archives: March 2014

Mentally Attacking Kona

Mental toughness

Whether you’ve qualified or trying to qualify for the Big Island upping your mental game can add a huge advantage to your performance. Since most of the readers here are Ironman enthusiasts each of you will no doubt be very driven and motivate individuals that aren’t ones to shy away from long miles or hard training. But, have you ever …

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Training ,recovery ,niggles

Many thanks to Rebekah (Bek) Keat for taking the time to writing this piece for the site – it’s very much appreciated. I was asked to write something and decided I wanted write about staying injury free and listening to your body! I have been in the sport of triathlon now for 19 years, and had my fare share of …

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Race For Free!

Just a quick note to say that with the help of  Triathlete Europe magazine we’re giving away (where we can) free triathlon race entries to races in the UK and Europe from September until the end of the year . All we ask is that in return you produce a quick race report straight after the event to be put …

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Low carb vs. high carb diets for athletes

low carb diet for athletes

Many thanks to Anita for agreeing to publish this blog post the site. It’s certainly a red-hot topic in triathlon just now and the following I believe is some sound advice. Anita Bean RNutr is an award-winning registered nutritionist (Sports & Exercise), an accomplished sportsperson and author of more than 20 books on nutrition, including The Complete Guide to Sports …

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In search of free speed

The Team would like to thank John for his contribution to the site – when it comes to talking aerodynamics for triathlon John is the man! When you go to the store to shop, which isle do you go down to get some “free speed”? That question about free speed is one of the most commonly asked one out there. …

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