December 5, 2017

2016 Ironman 70.3 World Champion, Holly Lawrence

For many of us, the new year is a time to begin increasing our training in preparation for spring/summer races. To be successful in triathlon, our training should be structured in a way to optimise performance. Training p...

RAF Sergeant and Zone3 ambassador, Scott Hill, highlights the benefits of ‘off-season’ and its importance in the recovery process.

After serving for many years and suffering from a variety of injuries due to not training properly, I found myself swimming, cycling and ru...

Firstly, well done - getting signed up and on to the start line for your first ever triathlon is the hardest bit of all. We like to think of the race as being the easy bit, the fun reward for the hard work, sacrifice and the commitment you made to get here. Remember -...

September 1, 2017

We caught up with Brighton & Hove's leading injury and postural rehabilitation centre for their tops tips in the lead up to race day. And the best part? All entrants will receive 20% off of their initial consultation!*

What do I do if I get an injury?

Stop immediately, r...

A“warm up” is an easy/medium effort exercise session that helps to prepare your body and mind for a competition or race, or even a hard training session.

During a warm up your heart and lungs start working and blood gets pumped around your body. Your blood takes oxygen...

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