In this swim training guide we look at the three most common areas where swimmers can make fast changes and even faster gains: the pull, overall speed and the kick. We’ve also included three Speedo products that will make it possible for you to quickly increase your performance.
A lot of people dread swimming in open water, yet it can be the most incredible experience! Experiencing the benefits is about having confidence in your wetsuit. Orca is a leading name in outdoor swimming and has some valuable advice on finding a wetsuit that fits and feels great.
In this Wiggle guide, triathlete Paul Newsome offers his top tips for putting on and taking off your wetsuit. Having a sound technique is key to making sure you don't damage your wetsuit especially during race conditions.
Wetsuits are a necessary investment for any outdoor swimmer; offering warmth, buoyancy and a hydrodynamic advantage. These are crucial enjoyment and performance factors for open water swimming. In this guide we take a look at the 2XU Wetsuit Range.
Science in Sport strives to use the best science, to deliver the best products and the best advice possible on sports nutrition. Over the years, their work with professional athletes has produced a superb range of products.
Good sports nutrition could take your riding, running and swimming to a whole new level. In this guide we look at the High5 Nutrition range, and how their products can address the nutritional demands of your body during sport.
The Speedo brand is an iconic name in swimwear; from goggles to shorts, they produce a wide range of high quality products. In this guide we look at their range of fabric technologies: Endurance+, Sculpture and Watershorts.
For triathletes and open water swimmers, a good quality wetsuit is an part of your kit. In this guide we look at the range of ORCA Wetsuits; considering the different technology and which ORCA wetsuit is best for you.
2XU compression clothing is the height of performance apparel; it can increase the efficiency of your warm ups, increase your performance during exercise, and reduce recovery times. In this guide we consider their range.
Zoggs are renowned for their quality swim equipment and apparel; in this guide we take a look at the Zoggs Goggle range, to give you a better understanding of what they have to offer in terms of lens technology.
This guide helps to explain the wide variety of cycling shoes available. We consider specific designs for road cycling, triathlon and mountain biking, and variations within these sub-categories.
Rick Kiddle was one of the first ever triathletes in Britain. In this training guide he provides a comprehensive training model for beginner level triathletes looking to improve their performances.
Rick Kiddle was one of the first ever triathletes in Britain. In this guide he provides a comprehensive training model for intermediate level triathletes looking to improve their performances.
Entering your first triathlon can be quite a challenge To get you started we have created a checklist to guide you through what items you need to take to your next triathlon event.
John Skevington is an experienced UKA level 3 endurance running coach and an endurance running mentor for England Athletics. In this guide he provides a comprehensive training plan for intermediate/advanced runners…
This guide is designed to help inform you about how best to train in the dark and how to stay safe during your nightly runs. If you're thinking of running home after work this guide is the perfect platform to start your running routine.
Keeping riding in the off-season months can be a challenge, but it is a lot easier if you're warm and comfortable. Cycling tights are a great way to keep your lower body at a good temperature.
Take a look at our great range of guides on cycle clothing. Whether you are a cyclist or a triathlete, this page contains all of our guides to getting the most from your cycle clothing purchases. From overshoes to jackets, read on!
You may use overshoes to gain an aerodynamic advantage, you may use them in spring/autumn to protect from wet roads, and in winter you may use them to keep your feet warm. We take a look at this useful accessory.
In this three part series of guides we take a look at why you should train with power, and then power training sessions that you can do out on the road and on an indoor trainer.