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Ellie Lewis: Athlete She Admires

Ellie Lewis: Athlete She Admires

 Hear more from the KYMIRA athlete, Ellie Lewis, about olympic athlete that she admires, Laura Trott. 

Cameron Buchan: Athlete he admires

Cameron Buchan: Athlete he admires

Another Olympian athlete admired from KYMIRA's very own, Cameron Buchan. Read more to know who the athlete is and why he is admired. 

Emily Ashford: Athlete she Admires

Emily Ashford: Athlete she Admires

With the Rio Olympic Games ending, hear more from our athlete, Emily Ashford, about who she most admired and why. 

What it's like to come back from an injury and win Henley Women's Regatta, one of the most prestigious rowing events in the world.

What it's like to come back from an injury and win Henley Women's Regatta, one of the most prestigious rowing events in the world.

Know the truth about what it's like to go through an injury, come back from an injury and win a Henley Women's Regatta with KYMIRA's athlete Emily Ashford 

 

 

World Champs: Preparing for the biggest competition of your life

World Champs: Preparing for the biggest competition of your life

Find out what it means to be preparing for the World Rowing U23 Championships with Ellie Lewis, who competes for GB this August. 

What it's like to win a Henley race

What it's like to win a Henley race

Live through the emotional moments with Cameron as he wins one of the most prestigious rowing events in the world, the Henley Royal Regatta 

 

Behind the Scenes: Why training camps are so important

Behind the Scenes: Why training camps are so important

For full and part time athletes alike, training camps are where you eat, sleep and breath your sport, friendships are forged and teams and crews are made.

Behind the scenes: Strength and Conditioning, the Key to Rehab

Behind the scenes: Strength and Conditioning, the Key to Rehab

KYMIRA Brand Athlete Emily Ashford shares an insight into major sporting injury and her road to recovery

Training in the winter – is it beneficial?

Now, it might seem difficult to move from that comfortable position on the sofa in front of the fire when it's -2ºC outside, but we promise that there’s 5 reasons you’re going to want to train, whatever the weather. 

  1. You actually burn more calories

It might sound strange, but you’ll actually be burning more calories when training in the cold. Your body will be working harder to regulate its core temperature among the elements, meaning you’ll burn more than during your “summers day through the park” workout.

  1. You’ll be drinking more water

We know the vast benefits of drinking more water, if you feel you’re not getting enough of it throughout the day; we’ve got some tips here! Drinking water before, during and after your winter workout is crucial. It might not seem like you’re sweating, as it’s cold, but really your body is still perspiring as usual, but your sweat is evaporating into the dry, brisk air. To keep performing at your best, don’t wait until you’re thirsty to take a drink!

  1. It only gets easier

When these winter sessions become more frequent, it will get easier as your body will become more accustomed to the climate. Keep this up through the winter months, and summer workouts will be a breeze. Without the harsh winds and frosty mornings to battle against, not to mention the loss of those winter layers, you’ll find that your performance has actually improved. Remember though, KYMIRA performance and recovery sportswear works with your body whatever the weather. With our tech, there's no difference because of the season. 

  1. You’ll be doing warm up and cool down routines religiously

It’s sometimes easy to forget to warm up and cool down before and after a session. This is much less likely to happen in the winter, as you’ll be making it a priority to ensure your body temperature is appropriate for the conditions, and also to avoid aches and pains not helped by the cold the next day!

  1. Believe it or not, you’ll be in a better mood after it

Your body will be working harder to stay warm, causing you to burn more calories as we mentioned, but more endorphins will be released, which means you’ll be on a high following your session.

Staying hydrated: Tips for drinking more water!

Drinking enough water is vital for the health of the whole body - we all know it! As someone who struggles to drink enough water on a daily basis, I’m now challenging myself to drink more. Here are a few tips I’ve gathered for staying better hydrated - as well as some reminders of all those awesome things water does to us!