This tends to be the time of year that we face many training challenges and, beyond the short days and inclement weather that can be bothersome, a bout of illness is almost inevitably destined to interrupt your training plans. In this article Matt Dixon explores the relationship between the common cold and your approach to training,and offers some sensible solutions and strategies to managing illness.
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Following your last race of the season it is important and deserved to have an emotional and physical break from structured training. A few weeks of active exercise, but not training, and a chance to enjoy life is not only good for the soul, but allows your body to recover from a long season of training and racing.
Another Kona has come and gone, and already my mind is working its magic. Pain? What pain? Lava field pit stops? Heh? Okay, that’s a slight exaggeration but I’m getting there.
From the time she was born 33 years ago, Rachel Joyce had a motor – better say a life force – that would not quit.
Race day is the big event for triathletes and the time when we get to put all our hard training to the test.
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What are the key characteristics and thought processes, that exist in nearly all great performers whether they are triathletes, executives or musicians? Triathlete Europe’s resident coach, Matt Dixon, looks deeper into these characteristics to help you become a better athlete.