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Should I Be Wearing Compression?

Compression is a common word amongst athletes and increasingly of interest for recovery. Within the UK, there has been a rapid rise in the number of people taking part in sport. Sport England’s figures show that as of September 2016, there were 16 million participants involved in a range of activities including swimming, cycling and […]

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How to keep on running through winter

Running is easily one of the most flexible and accessible ways to keep fit but in the midst of a cold, wet and snowy winter going outdoors can be less than attractive. Here are eight tips for staying motivated to run this winter. Be flexible: Running should be possible in most weathers but there are […]

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Top tips for triathlon training

This month sees the ITU World Triathlon Series coming to London for the sixth event in a programme of 10. The Vitality World Triathlon London takes place on May 30 to 31 and could be critical for British elites Alistair and Jonathon Brownlee. Currently, Jonathon is placed fourth in the overall rankings, while Alistair sits […]

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Top Grid foam roller exercises for six sports

Trigger Point Performance Therapy’s The Grid is a foam roller that so many people, including the footballing legend that is David Beckham  now swear by. The Grid is proving its amazing worth for all kinds of sports people and there have been many great reports of how the foam roller keeps muscles in good shape. […]

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Three products, four sports, one epic event

  Taking part in a quadrathlon is a tough challenge – but it was made a little easier thank to three great fitness products.   The event was the Artemis Great Kindrochit Quadrathlon. I competed as a team with my partner, G. The event involves a 1300m open water swim across the freezing waters of […]

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Triathlete Finlay McAndrew is set to go pro

Athlete Finlay McAndrew admits that he may be “doing things the wrong way round”. For the 24-year-old started his sporting career playing the “older man’s” games of golf and Ironman. But is seems the young triathlete has potential way beyond his years. Finlay, of Edinburgh, says: “I guess that golf is usually something you would […]

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