Triathlon Advice

Whether your preparing for your first or fiftieth triathlon, find out how to optimise your training so that you perform at your best on race day.

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A triathlon, by definition is an endurance multisport race consisting of swimming, cycling, and running, and different events cover various distances. 

For example, an Ironman Triathlon includes a 2.4‑mile (3.9 km) swim, a 112-mile (180.2 km) cycle and a marathon 26.2‑mile (42.2 km) run. A total of 140.6 miles (226.3 km)! 

Preparing your body to take on one stretch could be considered challenging enough, but all three needs focused and structured training to condition your body, and your mind.

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Why We Love Triathlons #

Physiotherapist, Chris Beckmans, and Strength & Conditioning Coach, Andy Page, can’t get enough of Triathlons and Ironman challenges. 

Find out why they love this sport, what they’ve learned from their experiences, and what they’re aiming for next.

Training Advice #

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Preparing for a Cycling Race and Knowing When to Rest

You’re almost ready for the upcoming race and raring to go. But is it a good idea to keep pushing yourself in the lead-up, only to find yourself unwell or injured at the start line? We offer some guidance around when it’s best to take a rest from training.

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5 things to know when taking on an Ironman

Podiatrist, Alex Townsend, was taught five key lessons when taking on his first Ironman, and here he shares his insight to help you get a headstart should you be doing the same.

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Strength Training for Endurance Athletes

If you are an endurance athlete who wants to perform to a higher level then Strength & Conditioning training is vital. It will not only mean you can be more successful at your sport, it will minimise your chances of picking up an injury and disrupting your training schedule.

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Off-season Training for Endurance Athletes

Just because the seasons over, doesn’t mean your work is done. Find out why endurance athletes hit the gym during the winter, and how important off-season training is to making those vital preparations for next season.

Injury Advice #

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Is your injury due to under-preparing rather than over-training?

We shares 5 tips to ensure you’re prepared and help you stay injury free next season.

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Top Tips You Should Read Before Signing up to Ironman

Thinking of signing up for an Ironman, Half Ironman, or Triathlon? Strength and Conditioning Coach, Andy Page, answers your FAQs.

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Is the Bike to Blame for My Lower Back Pain?

Prolonged periods of sitting have been linked with musculoskeletal dysfunction, especially low back pain. Both sitting and cycling demand this position, so what can be done to prevent it?

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How do I know if I have Runner’s Knee?

We see many runner’s with knee pain, or Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) as its known in the medical world, and as we always say, getting the right diagnosis is key. So in this blog we explain how to identify if your knee pain is runner’s knee, or something else.

Recovery Advice #

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Soft Tissue Therapy for IRONMAN Preparation

Discover why Soft Tissue Therapy is an important part of IRONMAN preparation.


Why Prehab (Preventive Rehabilitation) is Important

A Prehab programme is a series of exercises designed around you. These exercises help to avoid injury and pain, whether you are an Olympian, a weekend warrior, or preparing for surgery.

Your Team #

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