Quarantine and lockdown the world over has seen a rise in the sale of turbo trainers, with more and more people opting (or being forced) to train indoors. But before this, the technology has evolved so much so that we are now riding harder and longer indoors than we ever have before. Clothing more and … Continue reading Indoor-specific cycling clothing, is it worth it?
With my effort to live more sustainably I've swapped out my plastic toothbrush for a bamboo one - here's our review of the Humble Brush Toothbrush.
No tie laces seem to be growing more and more popular among athletes – from runners to triathletes and cross-fitters to OCR runners – as they provide versatility without the worry of needing to stop and tie your laces at a critical moment. So, what did we think when we tried out the market leaders from Caterpy Laces UK?
Miles for Wishes take a look at the next generation in foam rolling technology from Pulseroll. Here's our review of the Pulseroll Vibrating Foam Roller Plus.
I signed up to this event earlier in the year as its local, I've got an extra free day and a distance I’m yet to race over, so I figured why not? However, over the course of the Easter weekend I was questioning my judgement as the rain continued to fall. I got up eager … Continue reading Beaconsfield 5 mile trail run
I was lucky enough to get my hands on some Icebreaker Merino bodyfit underwear, courtesy of Wiggle and Icebreaker. According to the box the New York Times called these “Wool with sex appeal”, so instantly I knew that was some action I wanted to get in on. So here’s my review of these sexy shorts. … Continue reading Icebreaker Anatomica long boxers – Review
Ok, so first things first - what is Active Root? What they say "Active Root is a sports drink company committed to delivering innovative natural sports drinks to athletes of all levels. We use natural root ginger to help keep athlete's stomachs settled and balanced during exercise. Our goal is to provide a product that … Continue reading Active Root – Review
So October saw two running challenges in the space of 2 weeks...although this later run was not intended to be a physical challenge for me, as I was joined by my two girls for their first run. The Big Fun Run is a series of non- timed events all over the Country, so it really … Continue reading Big Fun Run Milton Keynes
I went to University and lived in Bournemouth for a number of years and always welcome the opportunity to go back whenever I can. So signing up for a running event there was a no brainer, I therefore entered the marathon as a bit of a 'home coming' race and knowing it was late in … Continue reading Bournemouth Marathon