How do you train for a 515km 3 day endurance race whilst working full time? That’s what faced triathlete Chloe Kay and she shared a few tips with us about how she managed it whilst remaining motivated and staying injury free.
With an abundance of information available to us now, it can be hard to know what’s right and wrong when it comes to exercises, technique and scheduling your training around other sessions. Kriss answers a few of your questions…
Strength training doesn’t have to be complicated, it can be simple, convenient and even done from the comfort and convenience of your own home. Follow these five key principles to ensure you’re getting the most our of your sessions.
Moving house, job and training environment has certainly made the last few months of training and racing interesting for ambassador Ash, but with the help of the kit and her new found appreciation for strength training she's been facing her weaknesses head on.
You may think training and racing in cooler temperatures like the UK gives you a pass card for having to worry about a hydration plan. This is one of the many myths that could be compromising your training and race day performance.
Whether you're an athlete yourself or you're supporting one from behind the scenes, we all know it takes a team effort to achieve success. Mum of three, triathlon wife and avid runner Katie Crosby shares her secrets to creating harmony and balance in potentially hectic household.
Similar to many of our Strength For Endurance athletes Chloe’s rural working life means a sustainable gym routine is neither available nor realistic. So with her eyes set on a pretty huge goal next year, we want to help her stay on track and ensure she gets to the start (and finish) line in one piece.