Normally a triathlon update starts with the swim. But this one goes back a step to lining up for the swim, something usually pretty boring, but in Tenby, it was a full blown hint on what to expect later on in the day. We lined up through the town in our wetsuits, looking like a bizarre and oversized fancy dress party at 6:30am. We would line ourselves up depending on our estimated time
A large majority of my job as a coach is to “motivate” people into doing the things they said they wanted to do. Think about that for one moment. Lets say at the start of the year, were you one of those people who said they were going to cycle more this year? Maybe you said you would get a bit faster over certain distances? Maybe you said you’d enter that crazy event?
After working hard for a number of months to build up your fitness levels, many people are split as to what they should do once they have finished a key event or race in their calendar. Option A) Usually entails stopping training entirely, which is a good strategy for the mind. You get that break to let your head get back into the zone and you also let the body recover. BUT – With this,
Get Prepared For Your Next Long Ride One of the biggest motivators in cycling is setting a big long ride distance and just going for it. Whether you are targeting your first 30 miler, or maybe you have your sights set on 100 or maybe even further we thought we’d pass on our top 5 tips to make your journey that bit smoother. Because we’ve messed up plenty of times, we don’t want you
Structure Your Training to Ride Faster with our 3 Key Sessions. As many of us juggle family, work, social gatherings, events and much more on a daily basis, it becomes hard to find “you” time. That time spent on the bike focused on YOUR goals and what you want to achieve (perhaps to Ride Faster?). Many of us define ourselves as cyclists or triathletes, but when training time gets sacrificed for so much else happening