Category: quick tip
As human beings, everything we do is governed by reason. It’s not that we think logically through everything we do, it’s just that we need a reason to do things. Scientists call this teleonomics. This phenomenon drives everything from what we do in our daily […]
Pretty much everyone I’ve ever met who loves sports and/or fitness struggles with (or has struggled with) tight hamstrings. It’s massively common problem and folks seem to suffer for AGES with it. The common solution is to try to stretch out the hamstrings. There’s lots […]
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When you’re training consistently, taking a day off can seem odd and all too often triathletes put extra training sessions on those days rather than resting. If athletes don’t like doing nothing, then perhaps a different approach might work? Nature is always looking […]
Whether you’re building up to your first ever race, or you’ve a season or two under your belt, here’s 4 tips that’ll help you improve your performance and avoid the frustration of injury: Cutting Edge Tip #1: Technique Problems Are Not Your Fault Bodies […]
We’ve all done it, got into a routine of training, but do we ever stop to consider that it might be this routine behaviour that causes our injuries? Repetition causes muscle tightness, muscle tightness is the precursor to all non-traumatic injuries, so the […]