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Fish – Why is it so good for us?
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Fish – Why is it so good for us?

November 10th, 2014 | by Events Staff
Would you believe that fish is a great nutrient to help your body after a strenuous workout? I didn’t, but I have been converted! Seafood has long been recognised as the best dietary source of Omega-3. You’ll have heard a...
Managing Your Diet Post-Season
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Managing Your Diet Post-Season

November 7th, 2014 | by Events Staff
Most Northern Hemisphere triathletes have now completed their last triathlon of 2014. In most cases that means they’re taking a short break from training and then going into “maintenance-training mode” through the holidays....
All You Need To Know About Fat
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All You Need To Know About Fat

October 29th, 2014 | by Events Staff
Fat has an unfortunate reputation. It is all too easy to believe that eating fat makes a person fat. Indeed, for many years most diet experts believed that it did, and many do even today despite compelling evidence that eating a...
Race Nutrition with GU Energy
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Race Nutrition with GU Energy

May 27th, 2014 | by Newton
Launched in 1991, GU was the world’s first energy gel. GU’s carbohydrate blend delivers high-quality, easily-digested and long-lasting energy for athletes in every sport and at all levels. The Berkeley-based sports...
Xendurance Sponsors The Long Course Weekend
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Xendurance Sponsors The Long Course Weekend

March 21st, 2014 | by Events Staff
Xendurance is a revolutionary athletic performance formula used by thousands of endurance sports athletes around the world. What makes Xendurance stand out from the rest, is it comes with a published, third party, double-blind,...
How Much Should You Weigh?
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How Much Should You Weigh?

January 28th, 2014 | by Events Staff
Every runner knows that body weight affects running performance. Because your body must overcome the force of gravity with every stride, the heavier you are, the higher is the energy cost of running at any given pace. One study...
Good Fats v Bad Fats
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Good Fats v Bad Fats

January 6th, 2014 | by Events Staff
Q: I hear a lot about good fats vs. bad fats — what is the distinction and how much total fat should I be getting? What are the best sources of healthy fats? A: This is a classic case of confusion by attempt to oversimplify...
Are you always running on empty?
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Are you always running on empty?

December 16th, 2013 | by Events Staff
Let’s talk running. Marathons, duathlon and triathlons all have one fundamental part that claims many victims on race day, and whilst finishing it is as much about mental strength as it is physical condition, having the...
Fuelling For A Morning Run
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Fuelling For A Morning Run

December 5th, 2013 | by Events Staff
Heading out the door to run while the sun is just beginning to peak over the horizon can be the best — or sometimes, the only — time for many runners to pound out a training run. However, balancing proper fuelling with...