5 unusual endurance events to sign up for in 2022
We pick out 5 unusual endurance events that could provide you with a unique challenge this year...
Back from the brink: One man's journey from paralysis to endurance athlete
EnduRow founder Steven Dowd shares his journey, from being paralysed in a cycling accident to V-Everesting, completing 100-mile bike challenges and indoor endurance rowing events.
How to pace your perfect marathon
The Run Strong Podcast host and coach Tom Walker explains why pacing your marathon is all in the mind (and in your training and fueling...).
What happens if you DON'T train on Christmas Day?
Just another day? Dr Bryce Dyer looks at the science to help you decide whether you should be training on Christmas Day...
How this World Record holder hit new heights when training in his mid-40s
Simon Johns explains how he hit new heights in his mid-40s during training for a World Record indoor rowing challenge...
Who's on your team? Why endurance athletes should build a support team
Pro endurance athlete and coach Dougal Allan explains how you can learn from elite athletes when building a tight and trusted support team around you.
How to be a successful latecomer to endurance sports
Record-breaking ultrarunner Damian Hall explains how he went from running his first half-marathon at the age of 35 to representing his country 5 years later...
A beginner's guide to gravel racing
Gravel riding newbie Dr Bryce Dyer explores the kit, training, hydration, fueling and the events that will help you transition to gravelin'...
Are female athletes’ carbohydrate needs different to men's?
Using the current scientific literature and evidence, Sports Scientist Abby Coleman answers the question: Should female athletes be fueling differently to their male counterparts?
How to decide whether to DNS or push through and start your big race
Injury or illness can leave you unsure whether to toe the start line of your next race or have a line in. Sports Scientist Andy Blow explains how best to make a decision that's right for you.
Rowing the Atlantic solo: A physical and mental challenge
Sports Psychologist Dr Karen Weekes explains how she's preparing both her mind and body as she bids to become the first Irish woman to row the Atlantic Ocean solo.
How to take a DNS or DNF in your stride
Sports Psychologist Evie Serventi explains why knowing when to DNF or DNS is about level-headed risk management, and is as much to do with your mind as it is your body...