144 articles tagged with "Performance"
Science of recovery: the importance of food, hydration and sleep
Precision Fuel & Hydration's Sports Scientist, Abby Coleman, sheds light on the three core principles of recovery - food, hydration and sleep.
How to monitor your HRV and improve recovery
Precision Hydration founder Andy Blow details his experiences of using a Heart Rate Variability monitor to help implement changes to his daily life, training load and travel.
Pro tips for land-based swim training
Precision Fuel & Hydration spoke to elite triathletes Sarah Crowley, Allan Hovda, Kat Matthews and Hamish Reilly to find out how we can train for swimming without using a pool or open water.
Detraining: Will I lose fitness by not training for a few weeks?
The loss of fitness through detraining can be a major worry for athletes, so how's best to approach training during an enforced lay-off?
Does exercise weaken your immune system?
There was a long-held belief that vigorous exercise suppresses an athlete's immune system. More recent research suggests that exercise actually boosts our immune systems IF we find the 'sweet spot'.
Podcasts, shows and audiobooks for indoor training
Precision Fuel & Hydration have put together their library of podcasts, TV shows, documentaries, (audio)books and Spotify playlists to watch/listen to when training indoors.
How to approach swim training during the off season
The off season provides an ideal opportunity to work on your swimming technique and we've asked triathlon coach, Rick Kiddle, for his advice for the off season.
The 3 things to look for when entering an endurance race
Precision Fuel & Hydration spoke to Mad Hatter Sports Director, John Yelland, to find out what we should be looking for in an endurance race and to hear what's involved in organising an event.
Aerodynamics vs lightweight - which should be the focus for you?
Pro triathlete and Team PH captain Brad Williams explains whether cyclists should be focusing on aerodynamics or a lighter weight.
How does the weight of running shoes affect speed and performance?
The decision of World Athletics to ban certain Nike prototypes has caused a great debate about shoe technology. Abby Coleman has taken a look at the development of shoe technology.
Training alone or training with others - which is best?
Is it better to train on your own or as part of a group? Precision Fuel & Hydration founder Andy Blow discusses the pros and cons of each style of training.
How to get the most out of your time in your 'pain cave'
Training indoors isn't always the most appealing prospect for athletes, so Precision Fuel & Hydration have asked athletes for their best advice for training in your 'pain cave'.