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Arif is a Muslim triathlete who recently qualified for the SEA Games during Ramadan. Here’s how he manages his training during Ramadan.
Racing at your potential and enjoying training is easy when you’re following the right programme.
Do you train in the morning or evening? What’s better? In this article, we discuss some pros and cons of morning vs evening training.
Sprinkle some boredom back into your day and you may be rewarded with improved health, energy and performance. Here’s why.
Podiatrist, Tim Maiden, discusses the three most common concerns he hears from runners in his clinic and shares strategies for looking after your feet.
Osteopath, Thomas Wynn Jones, discusses the biggest factors for improving health while preventing and recovering from injury.
Rest is 50 per cent of the equation, yet many hard-working runners believe that more training is the answer to improving performance.
If you eat a standard Singaporean, Western or Indian diet, it’s likely you are carbo-loaded. You may also be compromising your health and performance.
Rest days are not something taboo. They’re an important part of the training process that fuels consistency and great performance.
Good quality sleep is an often overlooked requirement for any athlete looking to perform at their potential in training and racing. Here’s why!
Social media, whatsapp and other digital stimulation might be ruining your recovery and hindering your performance. Here’s why.
Measuring resting heart rate each morning can help you monitor aerobic fitness and how you’re recovering from your last hard session.
Eating fewer carbs and more fat can help your health and performance. Here’s why.
Training isn’t enough. You must sufficiently recover from training for it to improve your performance. Here are four strategies that can help you recover.
A marathon is tough. To speed your recovery, we’ve compiled a thorough guide to ensure that you get the best out of your post-race recovery. Read on!