We all have to start sometime. Well not strictly true. Most people don't start triathlon at anytime but if you are reading this then there is a good chance you have moved from the 'not starting' to the stage to a point where you may well be about to embark on a triathlon.. read more ...[gap size="1.313em"]
Some new triathletes may be starting from ground zero, with no experience in swim, bike or run. If this is you welcome to the brilliant sport of triathlon. Others of you may be top competitors in one or more of the triathlon disciplines but have yet to put it all together in one race. These three top tips work for everyone. read more ...[gap size="1.313em"]
Many triathletes ask me the same questions about what they would like to achieve in the forthcoming season. They are usually linked to the triathletes holy grail: How to achieve the 3 F’s - Get fitter, faster, and finner. read more ...[gap size="1.813em"]
As part of my work I did some research to try to account for why some people at conferences were so out of phase with their colleagues. Where large numbers reported that they had enjoyed, learned something and were motivated to try something different, there was always a few who were miserable. read more ...[gap size="1.313em"]
Mention ants to many people and they become wracked with horror. Their mind filled by a nightmare vision. Caribbean pirates stake their hapless victim near a nest of fire ants; while they go after the golden hoard. This may be the product of my over vivid imagination, for which I really ought to seek treatment. If this didn’t instantly spring to mind, still hold this thought. read more ...
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Quite interesting ways to improve performance.
There are many ways to improve performance which are not tri specific. Conditioning, planning, measuring, assessing all fall into this category. read more ...[/container]