Are you planning on doing an Ironman this year and don’t know where to start with your training, how much you should do and how could you possibly fit it all in?
We are having a free talk in store on Saturday 16th January at 12:00 where myself and Ais will talk about lessons learnt from our experiences racing, training and coaching Ironman over the last 8 years. Read on for details…
How to make your fitness and Ironman New Years resolutions sustainable and successful.
It’s that time of year when we all rush headlong into our New Years goals. We set targets and make big, exciting new plans. I’m no different and January usually signals the start of structured training for me. One of the most important things I’ve learned over the last number of seasons is to start slow.
A number of years ago I read a book by Lance Armstrongs team manager Johan Bruneel called We Might As Well Win. While it’s since become obvious that they took the concept way past the point at which they should have stopped I still think there’s a very good lesson in it. Read on for more…
One of the keys to my progress as an athlete was increasing training volume. Sounds obvious but I’m amazed how many people myself included overlook this simplest of ideas.