We’re now into February and perhaps your enthusiasm and good intentions for your resolutions have started to wane, so this week at Sportsister is being dedicated to healthy eating – we’re sharing everything from our favourite healthy and delicious recipes, to the most effective way to fuel performance and training, as well as the best [...]
Former England seamer and 2009 World Cup winner Isa Guha speaks from experience and outlines the keys to success for England at the World Cup in Mumbai.
At last weekend’s London Bike Show the CTC’s elite women’s racing team was launched. At a time when the issue of the lack of support given to women’s cycling has never been a hotter topic, it’s great to see the formation of this new team by the national cycling charity CTC.
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We all know how hard it can sometimes be to get enough sleep. Children, chores, too many episodes of [insert favourite series]… So we have put together our top tips to help you get the best nights sleep possible.
It’s the first day of the year and perhaps you’re thinking of setting some resolutions for 2013, if you haven’t set them already. Most of us have a couple of goals we wish to achieve, whether it’s to get that promotion or try out a new sport – and professional athletes are no different!
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In the past few years cycling has seen a massive increase in participation, what cycling enthusiasts are calling a ‘renaissance’.
With the increasingly shorter days, lack of natural daylight, and the sometimes bad weather, the long winter months spent indoors can make us feel lethargic and demotivated, affecting our mood and sometimes our sanity!
For some people winter is all about the doom and gloom, for others, it heralds the start of the snow season, with fresh white powdered slopes, crisp mountain air, and the exhilaration of winter sports!
It’s a well known fact that training with others can do wonders for motivation, but why stop at training?
What does it mean to be lucky in sport? To win? To beat your PB? To avoid injury? To enjoy it? It means different things to different people of course but let’s go for the simple word ‘succeed’ and let you define what success means to you.