Review: The Sufferfest training platform
Sean reviews the Sufferfest indoor training platform to see what the user experience offers indoor riders nowadays...
How getting older affects your performance and what you can do about it
Getting slower is a subject I think about often and it has been in evidence for me personally for about a decade now, but I feel I'm starting to get to grips with it. Here's my thoughts...
A Sweat Test + stronger electrolyte drinks helped Marc Casals run his first cramp-free New York Marathon (at the 3rd attempt!)
3 months after getting his sweat tested and personalizing his hydration strategy, Marc Casals finished his first cramp-free NYC Marathon (at the 3rd attempt)!
Why hydration still matters in cold climates and how to nail your strategy
Winter is not a time to forget about proper fluid, carbohydrate and electrolyte intake if you want to perform at your best. Here's some tips to help you dial in your plan for colder climates.
How to not screw up your winter training camp
Off season training camps are a great way to build up fitness and break up the monotony of winter training. Here's how to get the most of them.
18 athletes who overcame their issues with cramp by using stronger electrolyte supplements
Here's some of the many anecdotes/case studies suggesting stronger sports drinks can help you avoid cramping up during long periods of sweating...
How to truly integrate recovery into your training plan
Are you over-training and under-emphasizing recovery? Matt Dixon - aka 'The Recovery Coach' from Purple Patch - has some tips for optimizing your recovery process...
Severe hyponatremia and altitude sickness put this ultrarunner in a coma
Here's an extreme example of an ultrarunner who suffered from hyponatremia whilst traversing the Rockies.
4 ways to master drinking at the London Marathon
Getting fluids in without choking or spilling most of it down your front whilst running is not an easy task! Here's some advice on how to master drinking on the move during the London Marathon…
What it takes to become a 70.3 Age Group World Champion, by the numbers
Chris Standidge was the fastest British Age-Grouper at the 2018 Ironman 70.3 World Champs, crossing the line in 04:01:21. We asked him to reflect on the training that made that possible.
Are your training habits bad for your heart?
Little is known of the effect long-term participation in, endurance sport has on your heart. Some friends have suffered with cardiovascular issues and I've reflected on my approach to training...
How pros get aero on their bike
The likes of Team Ineos, Movistar and Sunweb spend huge amounts of money and man hours refining their aerodynamics. But as you’ll discover, there’s more to it than plonking Froome in a wind-tunnel…