So you’ve invested in a bike and are enjoying getting out and about, maybe you’ve even been inspired to try an event – now you need to know how to look after your trusty steed. Rutland Cycling, have over 30 years of experience in keeping bikes on the road and helping people to get the [...]
Sticking to a health or fitness related new year’s resolution isn’t always the easiest, but do it right and you’ll reap the benefits.
Hitting the slopes this season? Then make sure you check out these top tips from Ellie Koyander, the UK’s number one Freestyle Mogul skier.
It is a well known fact that exercise is beneficial for maintaining cardiovascular health, supporting weight management, and improving mood. Research also shows that moderate exercise improves immune function and aids in the prevention of colds and flu. However, there is a point of diminishing returns where high intensity exercise can actually reduce the body’s natural defences against bacterial and viral infections. Is your workout regime compromising your immunity?
Taekwondo star Sarah Stevenson didn’t have quite the run on the mat she would have hoped for at London 2012, but having had the chance to take a step back and reflect on the past couple of years the 29-year-old recognises what an achievement it was to even make it to that first fight.
Injury does not need to be part and parcel of being a runner. Here running coach Nina Anderson answers the questions we get asked the most about how to stay fit and healthy and injury free.
Whether you’re a casual weekend athlete or a seasoned veteran you would have no doubt experienced those days when despite a good night’s sleep and proper hydration, you just lack the energy to train or perform at your best.
With Olympic Triathlon events inspiring many of us to dust off the road bike or pound the pool or pavement, Sportsister’s Katy Dartford has caught the tri bug and signed up for the Virgin Active London Triathlon in September.
Keeping healthy and active through regular exercise and eating sensibly is important at any age. But as we hit our 40s and beyond it becomes vital to our well-being to maintain regular exercise and daily activity.
There is a sports performance drink for every day of the year on the shop shelves — but which really boost your performance?