Our body is a marvellous machine, but our day-to-day lifestyle can take its toll on our ability to maximise performance. In the first of a series of talks, Vitfor Strength & Conditioning Coach, Byron Spence, explains how we test for the disfunction and asymmetries that can manifest and the steps you can take to improve the quality of your strength and conditioning sessions.
Injuries that get in the way of training can be a pain at the best of times. But how should you approach training with an injury if you're about to tackle an important event? Find out how Team Vitfor OTE athlete is coping with her injury on the road to the Kona 2019 Ironman World Championships.
Vitfor's Future Champions project is aimed at supporting up-and-coming young riders to make it to the top of their sport. Find out more about this unique program and how to apply for the 2020 season.
'Talent needs trauma' is the intimidating mantra of Clive Kennedy-Burn, two time Ironman 70.3 European and World age group champion. Here he shares the story of his first big win.
Training works by triggering the body into a response or adaptation. Here, we look at the basics of training adaptation and the importance of training zones in your program.
Just like your training, your rest time or 'tapering' before a big event is a must if you're going to get the best from your performance. Here's what you should be considering when it comes to tapering.
Stretching after your training run is vital if you want to maintain strong, flexible muscles and joints. Here are our top tips for easy, post-run stretching exercises.