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Laura Siddall Season So Far

Posted by Josh Barr-Rostron on

Guest post from Laura Siddall on her season so far. It’s hard to describe the feeling of winning. We talk so much about the process and focusing on being present during the race and training, and just wanting to execute a performance you can be proud of, almost regardless of the result. But even when it’s not your best performance, that feeling and emotion as you turn into the finish chute and run to take...

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5 Ways to Care for your Feet to Improve Your Running

Posted by Josh Barr-Rostron on

Your feet are the difference between a great PB beating run and a painful miserable one. So why do we neglect them so much? They have so much power, yet most athletes do not give them the proper attention they deserve. Not only can they alone bring your training to a halt, but foot pain can lead to injuries further up the body due to changed technique. This list will guide you in the right...

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Want to Cycle Further, Faster and Longer?

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Have you hit that plateau? You’ve tried everything from the lightest lycra to changing the height of your handle bars but no matter what you do, you can’t scrape off that extra second? Here are some of our top tips that will help you get the best out of your ride.   1. Riding position Many people take setting up and positioning themselves correctly on their bike for granted. This is crucial in maximising power...

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The Best UK Campsites As Chosen By Outdoor Bloggers

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Guest blog from The Helpful Hiker who has provided us with a great blog on the best UK campsites from her and her fellow blogger experiences. As peak camping season is upon us, I thought it was a good opportunity to put together a list of the best campsites across the UK (and one in France!). I decided the best way to compile my list was to ask my fellow outdoor bloggers for their recommendations, after all,...

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Top Ten Essentials for your Hike This Summer

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These top ten essentials should be packed whenever you decide to step out and go on any hike. Some you may not ever need but that one time you do, you’ll be glad to have it in your rucksack. These ten essentials are what are known to many as the “Systems” approach. Instead of listing individual items, items are grouped together.   NAVIGATION A good old map and compass that does not rely on any power source...

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