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SUMMER READING TO INSPIRE ENDURANCE ATHLETES

Summer holidays are a wonderful time away from work and the demands of daily life, often opening the perfect occasion to while away a few hours with a good read. Instead of picking up one of the latest summer bestsellers why not use this opportunity to discover more about the world of endurance. Whether it is a bit of light running entertainment or a more in-depth scientific training manual there is something out there for every endurance enthusiast.

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SUMMER READING TO INSPIRE ENDURANCE ATHLETES

Summer holidays are a wonderful time away from work and the demands of daily life, often opening the perfect occasion to while away a few hours with a good read. Instead of picking up one of the latest summer bestsellers why not use this opportunity to discover more about the world of endurance. Whether it is a bit of light running entertainment or a more in-depth scientific training manual there is something out there for every endurance enthusiast.

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TOP TIPS: IMPROVING YOUR RUNNING POSTURE

The posture of running has been debated over the years in the search for the most efficient way of propelling oneself forward with the greatest efficiency. In many ways the running posture may be defined by the foot posture. The debate of the growth in forefoot running has lead this analysis, yet this same progress to forefoot running has seen a significant increase in injury related to the forefoot running posture.

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TOP TIPS: IMPROVING YOUR RUNNING POSTURE

The posture of running has been debated over the years in the search for the most efficient way of propelling oneself forward with the greatest efficiency. In many ways the running posture may be defined by the foot posture. The debate of the growth in forefoot running has lead this analysis, yet this same progress to forefoot running has seen a significant increase in injury related to the forefoot running posture.

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Top 5 exercises to relieve cycling induced neck pain

Neck pain is one of the most common complaints from cyclists. There are two main reasons for cycling neck pain; poor ergonomic bike set-up and poor posture while on the bike. To  help alleviate stiffness, here are five of our favourite neck stretches. 

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Top 5 exercises to relieve cycling induced neck pain

Neck pain is one of the most common complaints from cyclists. There are two main reasons for cycling neck pain; poor ergonomic bike set-up and poor posture while on the bike. To  help alleviate stiffness, here are five of our favourite neck stretches. 

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GRILLED HAKE WITH NEW POTATOES AND SALSA VERDE

It’s new potato season and this simple, but delicious recipe is perfect for Jersey Royals, which are particularly good this month. These tasty nuggets are full of vitamin B1, essential for releasing energy from carbohydrates. They’re also a good source of vitamin B6 and vitamin C, both of which are good for the immune system. 

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GRILLED HAKE WITH NEW POTATOES AND SALSA VERDE

It’s new potato season and this simple, but delicious recipe is perfect for Jersey Royals, which are particularly good this month. These tasty nuggets are full of vitamin B1, essential for releasing energy from carbohydrates. They’re also a good source of vitamin B6 and vitamin C, both of which are good for the immune system. 

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TOP TIPS: 5 CORE EXERCISES TO MAKE YOU A STRONGER ATHLETE

Every movement we make originates from our inner core muscles. Whether we are reaching to push open a door, standing up from a chair or pushing through the down stroke as we cycle, our internal abdominal muscles contract a split second before any other muscle. If these muscles are weak then every movement that follows will be weakened, destabilised and slowed. In short to reach your potential as an endurance athlete you need to have a cast iron core!

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TOP TIPS: 5 CORE EXERCISES TO MAKE YOU A STRONGER ATHLETE

Every movement we make originates from our inner core muscles. Whether we are reaching to push open a door, standing up from a chair or pushing through the down stroke as we cycle, our internal abdominal muscles contract a split second before any other muscle. If these muscles are weak then every movement that follows will be weakened, destabilised and slowed. In short to reach your potential as an endurance athlete you need to have a cast iron core!

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