Triathlon Training - Managing Arrhythmia Part 3

The final piece of the puzzle drops into place…

Well listen up guys and dolls, this is serious stuff that effects all of you! Your sexual health could be at great great risk because of the saddle you use!

On an annual basis, bicycle riding involves several hundred million people worldwide. Studies have linked perineal pressure caused by […]

Triathlon Training - Killing Six Birds With One Stone

Or in one single step how to:-

Train harder.
Recover well.
Manage heart arrhythmia.
Repair calf muscle strain.
Improve overall performance.
Sleep better at night.

It’s funny how one can sometimes grapple with a seemingly complex and unresolvable issue only to discover one day that the solution is quite simple really.

For long now I have been most concerned about my leaking heart valves […]

Injuries - Ankle Sprain Rehabilitation

I sprained my ankle doing the 2008 Port St Francis Summer Series Tri, and it has remained a weakness ever since. Now again I tweaked it with the first Summer Series Tri on 16 December whilst running over the rocky beach, so have started this rehab program to sort it out properly. Mike

Phase 1

1. Band resistance […]

Injuries - Iliotibial band friction syndrome in triathletes

A very informative article on the causes, prevention and treatment of ITB issues. Mike

What it is

The ITB is the connective tissue band that runs down the lateral side of the thigh and attaches on the lateral surface of the tibial condyle (Gerdy’s Tubercle). The ITB originates from the Tensor Fascia Latae (TFL) muscle […]

Triathlon Training - The role of stretching in sports performance

I’ve been an ardent fan and advocate of stretching routines since I started going to the gym in 2003, and so would never have thought that my knowledge of the subject could be considered so inadequate, until I read this article… Mike

What science has to say about the performance benefits of stretching and flexibility exercises

Flexibility […]