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...
When does it make sense to DNF?
Pro athlete Dougal Allan recounts his own experiences when exploring the debate of whether you should call it a day or carry on when training sessions or races aren't going perfectly.
Lessons from my first DNF (and the importance of fuel for the brain...)
Damian Hall reflects on his DNF at the Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc and explores the psychology behind his decision to pull out of a race for the first time in his ultrarunning career.
How to prevent chafing and blisters during exercise
Sports Scientist Gemma Everson explains why prevention is better than cure when athletes are dealing with the dreaded chafe and blisters associated with endurance exercise.
From morning commuter to National 12-hour TT Champion (in 6 years!)
Kimberley Barfoot-Brace bought her first bike through the Cycle-To-Work scheme 6 years ago. She explains how she's risen from morning commuter to National 12-hour TT Champion...
How to maintain motivation for training as you get older
Dr Bryce Dyer looks at what the scientific literature and his own hard-won experience tells us about maintaining motivation and longevity in sport as you get older.
How to carb load before your next race
You probably know you should top up on carbohydrate before events but do you know how to carb-load effectively? Sports Scientist Abby Coleman explains the science and practical considerations...
Hydration and fueling recommendations for tennis players
Sports Scientist Abby Coleman explains how to stay properly hydrated and fueled during your next tennis match...
How a pro endurance athlete approaches gut training
Pro athlete and endurance coach Dougal Allan explains how he learned to train his gut so he can consume more carbohydrate on race day.
The sports tech that actually makes you faster (but is it ethically right to use it?)
Dr Bryce Dyer explores some of the current technological innovations in sport to see if they really can give you a performance gain...
Former Olympian opens up on the disappointment of failing to qualify for Tokyo
Pro triathlete Gabor Faldum explains how he rediscovered his motivation for racing after missing out on qualification for Tokyo 2020...