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Muscle power and strength
Sleep your way to better performance
When sports drinks don’t work
Latest research to increase strength and muscle mass
Mental preparation to enhance speed training and improve performance
Intervals benefit performance at all levels of sport
Andrew Hamilton explains new research about training and competing with caffeine supplements
Nick Tiller presents six evidence-driven but seldom practised methods by which athletes can promote the anabolic process to maximise training adaptation, promote recovery and improve athletic performance.
The loss of excess fat isn’t just aesthetic – it almost always produces enhanced performance
There’s increasing evidence that stretching before exercise doesn’t improve performance or reduce injury risk
The hazards facing triathletes and how they can be prevented
Triathlon may be the ultimate test of cardiovascular endurance, but triathletes who neglect musculoskeletal strength and flexibility will never fulfil their true potential
Overcoming muscle fatigue and sports psychology barriers when competing in a triathlon
Why Triathletes Don't Need Extra Sodium
Does glucosamine really work?
High Sodium Drinks: Sodium, plasma and performance
How To Train For A Triathlon : Your complete strength and conditioning programme
Triathlon Swim: Swim slower for faster triathlon times
Triathlon swimming techniques - Drafting for triathlon swimmers
Why triathletes need to worry about their cycling cadence.
Steph Cook: the rower who became a shooter, fencer, swimmer, horse rider, runner and gold medalist
Triathletes should drink less during competition
To boost your overall performance in a triathlon, you should focus on the crucial bike-run transition
Ironman triathlon: how to determine the optimum intensity
Athletes Diet: The triathletes who ate nearly twice as much, yet gained no weight, and improved their performance times by 8 per cent.
It can stop you getting injured and, who knows, might even help you to win
Cross Training: Triathletes are right to combine cycling and running in the same training session
Triathletes - why a wetsuit will improve your swimming leg