Cancer, Triathlon and Life Lessons with Zelda Wilson

In this blog we hear from Zelda Wilson, client, friend and training partner. Zelda tells us about her story from beginner to endurance athlete, what got her started, how cancer has shaped her goals and what’s she’s learned along the way.

Do you have hill anxiety?

Many cyclists feel intimidated by hills especially when starting out when cycling legs haven’t been developed yet.  But even if you’re not new to cycling hills can still be difficult to manage and how you feel about them can affect how you feel about your cycling. Being scared and intimidated by hills can ruin your enjoyment of cycling.

10 Tips for a 3hr Turbo

If the weather is bad and you can’t get outside for your long ride you might have to get on the turbo instead. The thought of 3hrs on the turbo used to bring me out in a cold sweat.  But I’ve learned to cope with it a bit better so here are my 10 top tips of how to...

Bad Weather Alternatives for Cycling

I’ve got a long 3-4hrs ride in my plan but the weather is terrible.  It’s either been below zero with a lot of ice and a heavy frost or foggy.  I don’t mind a little bit of cold but I won’t risk the ice. The thought of spinning easy for hours on my turbo brings me out in a cold sweat. But the training has to get done so here are some suggestions of what you could do instead. 

15 Skills to build confidence and speed on the bike

If you’re new to triathlon and haven’t ridden a bike regularly then you might not feel confident outside on your bike. It’s also common to be so focussed on your fitness that you never pay any attention to your actual cycling and bike handling skills.