Half Marathon Training: A Guide for Beginners
Half Marathon Training: A Guide for Beginners
Are you a beginner looking to run your first half marathon? Experienced running coach and author Joe Muldowney shares everything you need to know when starting your half marathon training.
Pre and post-workout nutrition for training is very important. Which are the best pre and post workout diet that can help your training and overall fitness.
The best runners in the world run hills all the time, both in their daily training and in specific hill workouts. Find out why you should include hill running in your routine and get some great tips for downhill running.
Barefoot running for kids is growing in popularity. We caught up with barefoot running expert and founder of Natural Running Canada, Jeff Stapleton, to find out what is involved and why he believes it is beneficial to teach barefoot running techniques from a young age.
Chris Zaremba is our specialist on fitness for the over fifties. This week, he turns his attention to something of interest to fitness enthusiasts of all ages – a fresh approach to nutrition that maximises the body’s fat-burning period.
This week we welcome strength and conditioning expert Michael Wood to the Personal Trainer Zone. Michael shares some of his top tips on nutrition and working out.
Barefoot running expert and founder of Natural Running Canada, Jeff Stapleton shares his Squat-Scoot running technique for achieving injury-free running. This technique assists with injury prevention by teaching you how to brace against gravity.
Looking for the inspiration to make some positive changes to your health and fitness? You have come to the right place! Endurance athlete and blogger Alistair Flowers shares his inspiring story of how running changed his life and gives us the low down on what his routine involves.
Training camps are becoming increasingly popular in the triathlon community. Find out about a few of the key benefits and what to look for before you book.
Looking for triathlon training tips to help you prepare for your next race? University of Nottingham Triathlon Club share some of their top training tips.
You can never have enough triathlon training tips when you’re getting ready for an event! Durham University Triathlon Club share their top training tips.
IRONMAN Coach Wendy Mader is back with Part 2 of her Strength Training for Triathletes series! Learn how to get the most out of the Maximum Strength Phase.
Triathlon transition is known as the fourth discipline of training. IRONMAN Certified Coach Michael Bieber shares his tips for perfecting your transition.
Ever thought it would be cool to ride a virtual reality bike? Now you can. New fitness technology had given us VR cycling but can it replace the real thing?
The Kettlebell Swing is an awesome way to improve muscular endurance & burn fat. Matt & Ross from aps Fitness tell us how to conquer the Kettlebell Swing.
Early this year I heard about a brand new trail shoe Altra Running would be releasing this summer (2017). I’d read the description of the shoe and heard from people test marketing them and knew I HAD to have some! They sounded amazing!!! Finally the day arrived when they were released for sale and I […]
Blisters, chafing, and black toenails are often hazards of running. Competitive runner and running coach Joe Muldowney gives us some tips on avoiding them.
Good nutrition is the key to good mental & physical health. This week Clinical Nutritionist Dr. Jill Tieman helps get to the bottom of your nutrition FAQs.
A strong core helps with supporting your spine and gives better balance & stability. If you want to strengthen your core, consider the Swiss Ball Rollout.
Discover how Personal Trainer Matt Lovett and Ross Gray started their career in the fitness industry and get inspiration from their answers to your FAQs.
Running is a high impact exercise. Yoga teacher Phoebe Jones talks about yoga for runners & how adding yoga to your training gives you a more balanced run.
Is 10-minutes of jump rope equivalent to running 30-minutes? Strength & conditioning expert, Michael Wood, investigates the evidence & shares his findings.
As a keen long distance runner I am always trying to find ways of fueling myself and for the most part of a year have been using gels and not entirely liking them. Tailwind states the following on their website and this is why I was keen to try it out. All you need, all […]
A Hill Repeat Workout is an excellent way to build strength, improve speed, and confidence. Find out what level 2 British Triathlon coach says about them.
Nike Air Zoom Elite 9 I’ve been really excited to finally review these trainers. I had an idea of what I wanted to write after a few runs but I felt that it was important for me to put at least 100 miles in to them before I released my judgement. The miles have been […]
An all round flask that can keep your coffee warm in the winter and your water cold in the summer is a must for all adventure seekers whether you walk, run or climb its always a handy bit of kit. In the past I have used countless products that just do not deliver and coming […]
I’m going to be very straight with you guys, I really do love this brand. Whether it’s the chia seed flapjacks or cashew-coconut-chia nut butter, I’m a fan of EVERYTHING. Seriously, all the products just taste so good. Let me explain. disclaimer: I was sent a sample pack of various items. All opinions are honest! […]
New & experienced cyclists often find themselves stuck in a rut. Inject some life back into your cycling training with these tips from pro cyclist Tom Bell.
Bike fitting is a popular topic among cyclists & triathletes. Find out what to expect & how you can benefit from F.I.S.T.Certified Fitter Michael Bieber
Oiselle recently asked the Haute Volée to give a straight scoop review on an item they either love or hate. I chose the Lux Bra, which is hands-down the best bra I have ever worn. Basic Run Down: The Lux Verrazano Bra is everything I have ever wanted in a bra: soft, yet supportive and […]
A small review of the Under Armour Charged Bandit 2 Night I’ve got my hands on a pair of Under Armour Charged Bandit 2 Night and have decided to write a small review on them. Under Armour is relatively new in the running-shoe-business, and some are not aware that they actually make shoes as well […]
The Small Personal Item Belt is an extremely comfortable and stylish running belt. SPI Belt say that it will not ride, bounce or shift but with so many running belts out there could there belt be the best? So I put the original and the H20 Venture belt to the test. SPI Belt Original – £14.99 […]
Follow this 15 minute ab home workout 3 times a day and get fitness back into your busy schedule. Cross Body Crunch – 10 Reps This version of the crunch works both the upper and lower portion of the abs. Steps Lie on your back and bring your knees up to a 60 degree angle, keep your feet […]
When you see something advertised and you just know that you have to have them! Running in the dark can be a dangerous task definitely running off road. Safety lighting should always be used but sometimes a head torch can be uncomfortable. That is why I wanted to test the new Knuckle lights. Knuckle Lights are […]
Pushing your body too hard can lead to all sorts of health & performance problems. Coach Joe Muldowney gives tips on avoiding overtraining running syndrome.
Road cycling is a great way to get in shape & have fun at the same time. Boost your skills today with these 3 road cycling tips from elite cyclist Tom Bell.