The old axiom states ‘failing to prepare is preparing to fail’. In the case of Ironman, this couldn’t be more appropriate. Follow our guide to planning your Ironman training programme.
There’s a marked difference between the recovery you need on a day to day basis and the recovery you need on the back of an ironman or marathon. See how science and KYMIRA help to improve your post-event recovery.
Weight sessions are used by many athletes, across different sports, because of the great benefits that they offer for injury prevention, recovery from an injury, and increasing your speed and strength.
Depending on your sport, the training and competition cycle is a year round endeavour. To ensure your training doesn’t suffer in the winter, we’ve put together this article on maximising training time in cold conditions.
Liam Walker is a GB triathlete who - until a few weeks ago, was gearing up his training to the Manchester Marathon. Instead of his planned piece on adapting your training in the lead up to a big event, he writes for KYMIRA on dealing with the disappointment of a changing deadline and the positives in cancellations.
Christmas is a time to indulge, relax and recover from the year both physically and mentally. With 15 races and 13 podium finishes under her belt in 2019, we asked Pro Triathlete, London 2012 Olympian and KYMIRA Brand Athlete Radka Kahlefeldt what her top tips for recovery are over the Christmas period, and how she gets back into the swing of things in January.
Whether you are an endurance or power athlete, there’s room for a well-structured strength training programme in your training, but how should we approach strength training for endurance athletes? This article will discuss some of the research and considerations for strength training in endurance athletes.
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