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Rest and Recovery: How to Recover from Racing and Training Better

Does your training and racing leave you tired and shattered? Want to get back up and going quicker after events or training sessions? There are a range of things you can do to assist with recovering from events and training…

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Ask Coach Ray

If you have a question you would like Coach Ray to answer then fill in the form below. Coach Ray is the Head Coach & Director of Qwik Kiwi – Endurance Sports Consultant and is a prominent triathlon and marathon coach in…

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Exercise Associated Muscle Cramp (EAMC)

There are a number of causes of cramp, but the most likely that we as runners, cyclist and swimmers are going to be dealing with is the phenomenon known as Exercise Associated Muscle Cramp (EAMC). There is often assumed to be…

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Training for your First Triathlon Step 4: Getting Started

Step 3 (read it here) covers the other equipment that can assist you with your racing and training. This post will look at actually getting started with your training. The Nike slogan ‘Just Do It‘ really hits the nail on the head…

Training for your First Triathlon Step 2: Getting Your Equipment Sorted

You don’t need much to get started for your first triathlon. At a bare minimum you need a bike and helmet and a pair of sneakers. Lets discuss these items in a bit more detail before we look at all the other items that can assist you.

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